Britain's Top 100 Entrepreneurs 2014: No. 44= - Andrew Vincent, BJSS

The software entrepreneur is worth £80m.

by Philip Beresford
Last Updated: 24 Oct 2014

Fast-growing BJSS develops bespoke software for a raft of blue chip customers in the financial services, energy trading and retail sectors. Founded in 1993, the Leeds-based company opened a New York office in 2013. Its profits hit £11.5m on £47.68m sales in 2012-13. Andrew Vincent, the managing director, has a near 49% stake.

Age: 58
Activity: Software
Wealth: £80m
Latest turnover: £48m
Five-year rise in turnover: 153%
No. of employees: 282
Five-year rise in employment: 120%
Score: 144

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