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29 June 2015

Endava retains position as the UK’s top technical agency in the Econsultancy ranking

Endava’s Digital Media business, which covers customer engagement, web, mobile and social networking solutions, contributed more than £30 million to the group’s revenue in the previous financial year. Endava continues to enjoy and build multi-year relationships with some of the world’s largest brands and the depth of these relationship allows the company to understand better the customers’ technology challenges and to build solutions that build scale. 

Over the last year, Endava gained a number of new clients across insurance, retail and Financial Services, and also expanded into areas such as mobile and large screens, including data visualisations and dashboards. Most notable is the deal with Trinity Mirror, a £50m deal over 10 years, designed to drive the revenue shift from print to digital. This deal brings together Endava’s ability to run existing systems, whilst driving the change needed to perform well in a digital world.

The Endava Labs facility provides clients with the full service capability to produce innovative demos, proofs of concept and prototype projects in six weeks, also continues to gain traction in the market. 

We’re delighted in retaining the top spot as the UK’s number one Technical Agency, with revenue greater than all the other Technical Agencies in the listing combined. We are also the number one Independent Agency in the Top 100 listing. This is testament to our teams who continue to deliver innovative, high quality productive work in partnership with our clients.” said Bradley Howard, Head of Digital Media at Endava. 

About Top 100 Digital Agencies

The Top 100 Digital Agencies Report lists the UK’s top 100 digital marketing, design and build, technical and creative agencies. These are ranked on their fee income from digital activities in the UK. For the purposes of the Top 100, fee income from digital activities is defined as the money that agencies retain after any bought-in third-party costs, such as media, production or hosting, have been paid. The Top 100 Digital Agencies report has been published annually since 2002.

View the Econsultancy Top 100 Digital Agencies Report 2015


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