Question Mark Computing

Question Mark Computing claims that every university in the UK has a copy of its software. Its core product is Perception, a software tool that makes it easy for teachers to write, administer and report on exams. John Kleeman, who founded Question Mark in 1988, formerly worked as a software developer in air-traffic control. He has since made sure that his software achieves the stringent standards required for training in the aviation industry. The London company now has 50 staff worldwide. Its sales have grown 117% a year from £561,000 in 1999 to £2.7m in 2001.

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Company details
Year2002
Rank29
CompanyQuestion Mark Computing
ActivityEducation software developer
LocationNorth London
Average 3 year sales growth117.47%
Latest sales £000s2,653
Staff40
Founded1988
Websitewww.questionmark.com/uk

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