From pensions to flexible holidays, Staffcare’s software lets firms better manage and communicate the benefits they offer employees. The company licenses its software to employee benefits advisers, which then sell it on to companies, and Staffcare takes a monthly fee for each employee registered on the system. Phil Hollingdale started Staffcare, his fifth tech start-up, in 2004 and it has raised around £3m over two funding rounds, with Herald Ventures owning a 32% stake. Strong demand boosted sales 49% a year, from £1.7m in 2009 to £5.7m in 2012.

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Company details
Year2012
Rank71
CompanyStaffcare
ActivityPensions software developer
LocationSurrey
Average 3 year sales growth48.65%
Latest sales £000s*5,663
Staff63
Founded2004
Websitewww.staffcare.net

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