We’re thrilled to announce that Triptease has been ranked 27th in The Sunday Times Sage Tech Track 100 league table.

The table ranks Britain’s 100 private tech companies with the fastest-growing sales over their latest three years. It is compiled by Fast Track and published in The Sunday Times each September, with past alumni including JustEat, Dyson, Deliveroo, Ocado and Zoopla.

Since the first league table was published in 2001, the Tech Track 100 has become the definitive barometer of privately-owned technology companies in the UK. In the 20th anniversary Covid-19 edition, Triptease ranked alongside industry-leading companies including Revolut, Gousto, Babylon Health and Transferwise. This year's Tech Track 100 companies increased their sales by an average of 94% a year over three years from combined sales of £491m to £2.8bn.

The Tech Track 100 adopts the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) techMARK definition of a technology company as one that shows a ‘commitment to innovation, research and product development’ and operates in sectors including software, internet, telecoms and biotech.

This year’s Covid-19 edition highlights the important contribution that technology companies have made to the UK during the pandemic, giving examples of how their innovation has supported their communities and the NHS. For Triptease, this meant publishing guides and videos for hotels issuing advice on how to reopen after lockdown, alongside other initiatives.

Triptease Co-Founder and CPO, Alasdair Snow, said “In what has been an enormously challenging year for the hospitality industry, we're proud that Triptease continues to provide the tools for recovery and future growth. Ranking 27th in such a definitive list is a testament to the commitment and drive of the whole Triptease team. It's their hard work and dedication to providing best-in-class innovation to hotels that drives the growth of the business, and we're thrilled to see that recognized in our Tech Track 100 ranking.”