Jeremy Gleeson, manager of the AXA Framlington Global Technology fund, gives us the nod on tech firms destined for stock success
Proofpoint With cyber-security big news, this firm enables businesses to fight off malware attacks over the cloud and off-site. Its shares have risen by 198 per cent in four years.
VMware A leader in server virtualisation and cloud software. It went public in 2007 and since launch its share price has increased by 90 per cent, always generating profit.
Tencent A Chinese internet company making strides in e-commerce. It has a very strong gaming division and messaging platform, and is now the fourth largest internet company in the world.
Salesforce The concept of software as a service has changed the way businesses manage sales and customer relationships. Salesforce is revolutionising this with cloud technology.
ServiceNow Another “software as a service” outfit – it’s the new big market trend – and one of the most recent tech IPOs. Its share price has risen by 176 per cent and it’s now on the verge of becoming profitable.