Tech Track 100, Shell Energy and are customers of this company, which offers services from software and data engineering to quality assurance. Founded in 2002, the Manchester-based business generated sales of £35.6m last year, boosted by new customer wins — including Sofology. It has opened three new software development centres in Belarus in the past two years, bringing its total number of locations in the country to six, and helping employee numbers exceed 1,000 for the first time. At the beginning of last year, Neil McMurdo, 41, took over as chief executive from Neil Turvin, 39, who became chairman. In recent months, the company has supported young people at the HideOut youth zone in Manchester and delivered personal protective equipment to a school in Minsk.

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Company details
CompanyGodel Technologies
ActivitySoftware developer
Average 3 year sales growth57.84%
Latest sales £000s*35,594

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