- Leading provider of anti-fraud services for Mobile Network Operators receives awards for Innovation and International Trade
- British company operating in 75 countries globally combating electronic fraud
Leading UK specialist in detecting and eliminating mobile fraud, Revector, today received two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise from Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, Mary Bayliss. The company was awarded Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in Innovation and in International Trade and was one of only four companies in the UK to win two Queen’s Awards.
Founded in 2001, Revector has operated in more than 75 countries around the globe helping mobile network operators to reduce and eliminate some of the estimated $58 billion losses within the mobile telecommunications industry.
Andy Gent, CEO of Revector, said: “We are delighted to receive these awards from the Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire. We are proud of our local roots as a Wokingham-based company. Most of our employees live locally and we actively look to recruit the best local talent. As a British company we are delighted to have been recognised in 2012 – such an important year for the United Kingdom.”
Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, Mary Bayliss said: “Berkshire is a hive of technological development and it is wonderful to see local businesses receiving recognition in this way. To have done business on every continent of the world from offices in Wokingham is testimony to the company’s expertise and commitment to innovation excellence.”