Livingstone named in Sunday Times WorldFirst SME Export Track 100 league table

International managed service clients account for nearly half of all revenues for global leader in SAM

May 28 2019, Reading UK: Livingstone Technologies, the UK-headquartered leading provider of Software Asset Management (SAM) and hybrid cloud management services, has been named in the top 50 of the fifth annual Sunday Times WorldFirst SME Export Track 100 league table.

Ranked fifth in the South East region, Livingstone has been recognized for its strong international sales growth and earning nearly half of its revenues from exporting SAM and cloud-related services to organizations beyond the UK’s shores, most notably in North America and Australia.

Tim Green, CEO of Livingstone Technologies, commented: “Software Asset Management skills and cloud expertise are in short supply around the world. As a services provider headquartered in one of the most mature SAM markets, Livingstone is ideally positioned to deliver world-class services to organizations around the globe. The combination of our expert team, our value-driven services and our focus on absolute integrity and security makes us highly attractive to large and complex organizations, no matter where they are located. I am extremely proud of the team we have built and the immense value that they deliver to our global customers every single day.”

Since the information for the 2019 Sunday Times WorldFirst SME Export Track 100 league table was collected, Livingstone has grown its international footprint further, with the April 2019 acquisition of US-based SAM consultancy firm, Siwel Consulting.

Livingstone Technologies is headquartered in Reading, Berkshire and boasts a global team of over 120 staff, 80 of whom are specialists in Software Asset Management, licensing or hybrid cloud optimization. For more information, visit