Intercede shortlisted for PwC’s AIM Awards

Date: October 6th 2014 | Author: Rik Merrikin | Topic: Uncategorised

Intercede shortlisted for PwC’s AIM Awards

Intercede recognised amongst most innovative and fastest growing companies on AIM’s growing businesses index

London, UK, October 7, 2014 – Leading digital identity specialist Intercede today announced it has been shortlisted for the prestigious Best Technology award in the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) annual AIM Awards.

The AIM index comprises start-up enterprises and smaller publicly listed companies, and the award will be presented at the gala dinner on Thursday October 9 at the Old Billingsgate in Thames Street. The event itself brings together executives from some of the top performing companies on the London Stock Exchange to recognise the most innovative and fastest growing firms listed on the AIM index.

“This recognition is testament to the hard work and dedication of the team at Intercede to developing world-class cybersecurity technology,” said Richard Parris, CEO, Intercede. “Since our initial listing on AIM in 2001, we have grown into the leading UK software innovator and exporter in our sector, and to be recognised by the LSE as one of the best technology companies on the AIM index is hugely gratifying.”

Ian Restall, co-chair of the AIM Voting Panel commented; “The number of nominations for all the awards in this the 19th year of the AIM Awards reached record levels, none more so than in the Best Technology category. The Voting Panel were spoilt for choice with many excellent and emerging technologies to discuss and debate, and it was quite a difficult task for them to reduce the long list to a shortlist of four companies.

“What attracted the Voting Panel to Intercede was its ability to ‘punch above its weight’ in a highly competitive global market often dominated by larger and better funded US companies. This requires unparalleled performance in all aspects of its business including executive leadership, strategy, technology, sales and marketing, and commercial persistence. Intercede’s key product, MyID, is an identity and credential management system that has a market-leading position in government and aerospace and defence sectors. MyID allows companies to move beyond passwords, creating secure trusted identities on mobile, smart cards and devices, and, after years of R&D into the MyID product, FY14 delivered a step change in revenue and profitability,” Restall added.

“As the demand for enhanced online security measures continues to expand we are in an excellent position to further grow our customer base and bring increasingly innovative products to market. This shortlisting is great acknowledgement of our pivotal position within the cybersecurity space – one that we will be looking to build upon far into the future,” Parris finished.

About Intercede

Intercede is a software company specializing in identity and credential management with a global team of experts located in the US and UK.

Intercede’s MyID software enables organizations to create and use trusted digital identities for employees, citizens and machines. This allows secure access to services, facilities, information and networks.

MyID meets the highest government standards yet is simple enough to be deployed onto consumer devices such as smart phones and tablets. Critically, MyID provides an easy, convenient and secure alternative to passwords.

Millions of identities are managed using MyID and Intercede has provided identity verification and management services to global customers for more than 20 years. MyID is a commercial off the shelf software product, designed and developed to be configurable so it can be embedded as the cornerstone of cyber security infrastructure for governments and corporations.

Customers trusting Intercede for secure digital identity include the US and UK governments and some of the world’s largest corporations, telecommunications providers and information technology partners.

About AIM

Each year the AIM club gathers to celebrate outstanding achievement on the world’s most successful growth market. Sponsored by PwC, the Awards identify the quoted companies and entrepreneurs who have harnessed AIM to help them fulfil their ambition and growth potential in the last twelve months.

Now in its 19th year, the AIM Awards Dinner attracts over 1,300 guests including representatives from AIM quoted companies and their advisers, ranging from NOMADS and brokers to accountants, lawyers and public and investor relations firms, making it the largest AIM gathering in the City calendar.

For more information visit www.aim-awards.co.uk or follow at @AIM_Awards.


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