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Administrate in High Growth Mode as Team Doubles in Size

Posted: 14th September 2015

Administrate, a software as a service (SaaS) solution for training providers, has doubled the size of its team since January to support high growth across the business.

Following its strongest performance to date during the first half of 2015, Administrate has secured a number of significant international contract wins and has now served over 2 million students. More than 50 percent of revenues now come from outside the UK.

Driving this growth is intense demand for technology that can help training organisations better track the education they’re delivering while saving time through automation. Key North American customers now include Boston Whaler, Ag Leader, and NSF.

John Peebles, CEO of Administrate, said: “High growth is an exciting time and is also inherently challenging. I’m really proud of how our team has been able to grow and meet these challenges head on by focusing on making our customers more successful.  We’ve got a huge opportunity to make a difference in how education and training is delivered and we feel like this is just the beginning of the journey.”

Administrate is running a conference for customers and learning professionals in September (September 24-25), LITE 2015, with a list of speakers representing some of the biggest names in the training industry. Speakers and attendees from all over the world are arriving in Edinburgh for two days of learning, inspiration, sharing and community.

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