Top 10 Information Technology (IT) Companies in UK 2016
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UK is the home to some of the biggest industries in the world. The main industries are banking, automobile, services etc. But some of the leading IT companies are also based in United Kingdom. The top IT companies in UK include Phoenix IT, Telecity (Equinix), Micro Focus, Computacenter, Fidessa Group along with Attenda, Avecto, Aveva, Sage Group and RM Plc. Here is a list of the top 10 IT (Information Technology) companies in UK 2016.
10. RM Plc
RM is a British organization that works in giving Information Technology items and administrations to instructive associations and foundations.
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Its key business sector is UK training including schools, universities, colleges, government instruction offices and instructive offices. RM utilizes around 1,600 individuals, the dominant part situated in the organization's central station situated on Milton Park, close Didcot, Oxfordshire.
RM likewise has workplaces over the UK and a product improvement office in India. The organization glided on the London Stock Exchange in November 1994 under the name RM plc. In 2003 the organization won the agreement to convey online tests for Key Stage 3 ICT. Regardless of a pilot stage in 2005 including 45,500 understudies that was judged a win by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority the legislature scratched off the agreement in 2007, without further ado before their booked introduction.
Cuts in the financial plans of UK instructive foundations in 2011 harmed RM's incomes, driving it to shed several workers and offer less beneficial parts of its business.
RM already offered items from other classroom assets firms it had procured:
• SpaceKraft Ltd – designer and producer of a scope of tactile items. Obtained in 2007, sold back to unique proprietors in 2016.
• DACTA Ltd – wholesaler of instructive items from LEGO, TOLO and BRIO. Procured in 2007 and sold in 2012.
• ISIS Concepts Ltd – a UK furniture producer. Gained in 2009 and sold in 2012.
The organization offers a scope of instructive programming including the Kaleidos Virtual learning environment, MathsAlive, DiscoverAlive, Living Library and SuccessMaker. They additionally bundle programming titles from different organizations to permit simple unified establishment on RM networks.In 2005 RM was recompensed the agreement for Glow (formally known as Scottish Schools Digital Network (SSDN) National Intranet venture).