Disruption in the markets caused by the pandemic has kept this London firm busy. Its clients — which include investment banks, pension funds and asset managers — use its technology to help improve customer relationships, analyse data and manage regulatory requirements. Co-founders Stuart Berwick, 48, and Paul Dyson, 49, founded Singletrack Systems in 2009 and gambled on building its platform in the cloud, which at the time was still not widely used by enterprises. The greater flexibility of this approach, as well as increased regulation in capital markets, has helped the firm expand into America, Asia and Europe. Sales hit £6.7m in 2019.
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