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Ebsta Voted #3 Top B2B Tech Business By G2 Crowd

 

With the country’s unparalleled portfolio of production, you’d be crazy to think they’d sit out the Digital Age. Technology is thriving in the U.K., both in the consumer space and business-to-business (B2B).

The U.K.’s contributions to tech are embodied in software profiles on G2 , along with the hundreds of satisfied customers who left reviews of their company’s experience. The U.K. — still represented here as England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland — is home to powerhouses like Sage and satellite offices for Salesforce, SAP, Google and others. 

While certain markets struggle to attract young, wandering entrepreneurs, the U.K. had its sharpest population spike in nearly 70 years, now pushing 66 million.

Ebsta are in the top 3 best tech companies in the UK in 2019

Ebsta proudly touts the 14,000-plus companies that use the Salesforce-based email tracking tool for automating sales engagement, keeping calendars in sync and a handful of other business benefits.

Ebsta is a High Performer in the Salesforce AppExchange Tools category with a higher Satisfaction score than the 15 other software solutions on the Grid.

G2 Crowd created profiles to give a snapshot of who the companies are and what they do, providing amazing insights into those companies.

These U.K. B2B companies are represented by 2283 verified reviews from real users across a variety of categories, from ERP Systems to 3D Modelling to Digital Analytics.

 

5 best 2019 tech companies in the UK

1. Coveragebook.com

Product: Coveragebook.com
Category: PR Analytics
City: Brighton
Founded: 2015
Employees: 6 

Among its peers in the PR Analytics space, Coveragebook.com is the most well-reviewed product on G2 by a safe distance. Users of this tool can generate a wide variety of insights into their brand’s engagement across mediums, such as YouTube views and domain authority. It also offers customizable reports based on individual public relations pieces or entire campaigns. Customers of Coveragebook.com include Nike, ESPN, Sony and the four-wheeled pride of Britain, Aston Martin.

2. Sage

Product:  Sage Intacct
Category: ERP Systems
City: Newcastle upon Tyne
Founded: 1999
Employees: 14,684 

Just recently certified as a Leader on the Winter 2018 Grid for Nonprofit Accounting, Sage Intacct — one of Sage’s many well-reviewed offerings — is also a present Leader in the Accounting and ERP Systems categories. This diverse tool comes with a number of core financial modules and other features, drawing from the expertise of both Sage and Intacct, which the former acquired in July 2017. Interested parties can learn more and sign up for a free 30-day trial of the platform on the Sage Intacct website.

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3. Ebsta

Product: Ebsta
Category: Salesforce Appexchange
City: London
Founded: 2012
Employees: 40

Ebsta proudly touts the 14,000-plus companies that use the Salesforce-based email tracking tool for automating sales engagement, keeping calendars in sync and a handful of other business benefits. As of press time, Ebsta is a High Performer in the Salesforce AppExchange Tools category with a higher satisfaction score than the 15 other software solutions on the Grid.

4. Piriform

Product: Ccleaner
Category: Other Development
City: London
Founded: 2005
Employees: 41

Ccleaner cleans up cluttered computers. It’s also been downloaded 2 billion times, according to vendor Piriform, so it must be doing something right. Ccleaner Business Edition is designed for on-premises installation and use for any size business, and a free trial of the software is one click away on the Ccleaner website. The complete platform is sold on a per-unit basis, so each employee requires a unique license. Discounts become available as the number of licenses goes up. Brands including Samsung, Adobe and Boeing have cleansed their hardware with the increasingly popular product.

 5. Exponea 

Product: Exponea
Category: Marketing Automation
City: London
Founded: 2015
Employees: 115

More than 100 reviewers have helped make Exponea a High Performer in three different categories on G2 — no easy feat. Key features of the fully integrated marketing cloud include automated marketing campaigns, deep customer analysis, real-time data storage and integrations with everything from MySQL to now Amazon Alexa. Exponea is sold in packages based on capacity, with the Ultimate package allowing for up to 10 billion data points.

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