Finding the right skills quickly when mobilising a team for disaster relief saves lives. Oxfam pays a monthly rental charge for I-Grasp’s web-based recruitment software to keep track of qualified individuals. Other customers include British Airways and Cadbury. Andy Randall and Damian Nolan and four friends set up I-Grasp in 2000 using £100,000 of their own funds. A seven-fold increase in customers to 140 has pushed up sales 63% a year from £1.1m in 2002 to £3m in 2004. I-Grasp was recently acquired by the Norwegian online recruitment specialist Step Stone in a deal reported to be worth £12m.

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Company details
Year2005
Rank57
Companyi-GRasp
ActivityRecruitment software developer
LocationHarpenden
Average 3 year sales growth63.23%
Latest sales £000s3,009
Staff40
Founded2000
Websitewww.i-grasp.com

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