28 August 2012
Global Services 100 2012
The Global Services 100, (GS100) now in its seventh year, is the annual survey and analysis of the global ITO-BPO industry conducted by Global Services, in association with NeoGroup. GS100’s analytical model is based on four key criteria: performance and leadership, quality and maturity of customers, breadth of services offered, and spread of global delivery capabilities.
Ed Nair, Editor, Global Services, said: “The global service provider landscape is increasingly getting complex; but buyers are looking at vendors with scale, skill, or both in delivering business outcomes and not cost-savings alone. The companies on the Global Services 100 list have demonstrated their ability to deliver complex solutions and services, manage global customers, and sustain successful financial performance.”
John Cotterell, Chief Executive, Endava, said : “This is a welcomed recognition of our in-depth industry expertise, growing blue chip client portfolio and outstanding contribution of our technical teams. We will continue to focus on improving the capability of our business operations, offerings, services and staff.”
Recently Endava has been included in the Global Outsourcing 100 list compiled by the IAOP (the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals) as one of the best rising stars in overall revenue and in its target business sectors.
Endava has achieved a steady growth over the past years, with annual rates of 25%, reaching annual revenues of £29.2 million. The company has experienced a healthy increase in headcount, across its offices in Romania and Moldova, rising to nearly 1,000 full time employees at the group level. Endava has also announced further investments to support further expansion of its operations.
Application Development is the largest services line for Endava, accounting for 67% of the group’s overall revenues. This technical delivery capability is supported by a global distributed delivery model, including strong analysis, architecture, testing and managed services disciplines.
View the full 2012 Global Services 100 listing