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FDM Group features in The Sunday Times PwC Profit Track 100 for the first time

FDM Group features in The Sunday Times PwC Profit Track 100 for the first time

The Sunday Times PwC Profit Track 100 has listed international IT services provider, FDM Group, as one of the country’s top companies with the fastest-growing profits.

Placing at 100, this is the first time FDM has been listed in the prestigious league table, which celebrates the UK’s top one hundred private companies with the fastest-growing profits over the last three years.

Upon hearing the news, FDM’s CEO and Founder, Rod Flavell said, “It is an honour to be placed in The Sunday Times PwC Profit Track 100. This is a testament to the hard work, determination and commitment of our workforce across the globe. ”

FDM was founded in 1991 before the acquisition of Mountfield in 1998. Since then, the company has progressed from one office in Brighton to housing ten offices across Europe, the USA, Asia Pacific and most recently, Canada. The firm has seen its profits grow by 51.8% in 2011 and 21% in 2012.

Flavell comments, “FDM prides itself on offering high-value, cost-effective and low risk IT services to its clients worldwide and our FDM Consultants are at the heart of the company’s success.”

FDM is the UK’s leading IT graduate employer offering 1,000 places on its award-winning Graduate Programme in 2013 alone, three times more than IBM is hiring in the UK.

 FDM offers graduates a unique combination of industry centred training and real commercial experience through its two-year Graduate Programme.

Graduates receive quality training in one of the firm’s Academies in London, Brighton, Manchester, Frankfurt or New York where FDM’s Trainers are responsible for transforming them into professional IT Consultants who represent FDM on technical placements with one or more of the company’s 200 clients across the globe.

Compiled by Fast Track, the Oxford-based networking events and research company, the Profit Track 100 is generated by the average 3-year profit growth of available accounts.


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