Bytes Technology Group plc lists on the London Stock Exchange

Today, marks a momentous day in the history of Phoenix Software, as Bytes Technology Group plc lists on the London and Johannesburg Stock Exchanges. It reflects not only the achievements of the past, but also signals an incredibly bright future for our group.

We have great belief in our ability to deliver on our strategy and to continue our success in an exciting and rapidly growing market. We are very confident that being a listed company will provide us with a strong platform for our next stage of development. With plans for investments in more solutions and services, we can’t wait to deliver an even greater level of service and support to our customers.

Neil Murphy, Group CEO comments, “I am immensely proud of how far we have come as business. We started life in a shop front just outside Epsom in 1982 and today we have offices across the country, over 600 employees and we join the ranks of blue-chip companies listed on the public markets. We never would have made it to this stage without our exceptional set of colleagues and our loyal customers and so for this, I would like to say thank you.”

We look forward now to what the future holds.

For further information please visit our group investor website

Ben Murden
Ben Murden

Ben has over two decades in the IT industry, delivering both online and offline campaigns across all platforms to meet business goals and objectives. Joining Phoenix in 1999 as a graphic designer, Ben has evolved over the years into a fully-rounded marketing professional, before being promoted to Phoenix Marketing Manager early in 2018, reporting directly to the MD. With his background in creative design, Ben takes projects from inception to execution and can identify the correct strategy based on the subject, audience, and goals – while increasing the brand profile and revenue. His passion for digital marketing is evident in everything he does, and both vendors and strategic partners often comment on his incredibly positive attitude to ‘make things happen’.

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