Intellicom ranked 22nd in Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2017

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Intellicom ranked 22nd in Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2017

Intellicom today announced that it ranked number 22 in the 2017 Deloitte Technology Fast 50, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Ireland. Rankings are based on average percentage revenue growth over four years. Intellicom’s CEO, Neil Wisdom, credits both the company’s loyal customer base and staff with the company’s growth over…

Intellicom today announced that it ranked number 22 in the 2017 Deloitte Technology Fast 50, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Ireland.

Rankings are based on average percentage revenue growth over four years. Intellicom’s CEO, Neil Wisdom, credits both the company’s loyal customer base and staff with the company’s growth over the past four years. He said, “This is another great achievement and recognition for our company and we have to save a massive Thank You to all of our customers for making this happen. This is our Third year in a row ranking in the top 50 IT companies within Ireland and we are truly delighted with this award.”

The awards, now in their 18th year, rank Ireland’s fastest growing technology companies and recognises indigenous technology companies that have demonstrated exceptional growth in turnover in the last four years.

The Fast 50 programme is recognised as a barometer of a company’s success and provides it with a hugely valued, respected and marketable, public ‘badge of honour’.

Cumulatively, the 2017 Fast 50 winners generated approximately €858 million in total annual revenues in 2016. The average revenue of companies featuring on the ranking was approximately €17 million, while the average growth rate of the companies over the last four years was 290%.

Announcing the winners of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 programme, Joan O’Connor, Partner, Deloitte said: “Each year, these awards showcase the very best of the Irish technology industry. What really strikes me this year is the focus the winning companies have on global markets – we estimate just under 90% of our winning companies’ revenues are generated by exports – this demonstrates the ambition and drive of Irish technology companies to diversify and the global nature of this business. Last year we highlighted that export markets would become increasingly important for the indigenous sector, given the Brexit challenge – and it’s clear the Fast 50 companies are tackling this challenge head on.
These awards offer a glimpse into the future of the technology market for venture capitalists and multinational companies and also provide an excellent opportunity for businesses to highlight their achievements, their future ambitions and aspirations in the global marketplace. Congratulations to all our winners.”
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards took place in Dublin on 3 November 2017. Keynote speaker on the night was Duncan Stewart, Deloitte Canada with Deloitte representatives from a number of member firms present and Silicon Valley Bank personnel.

Details of the final Technology Fast 50 ranking list are available to download at www.fast50.ie.

Repro Free: Sunday 5th November 2017. Pictured was at the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Award. Which took place in the Clayton Hotel, Dublin. The Deloitte Fast 50 measures Ireland’s fastest growing indigenous companies in the tech sector. The awards, which are in their eighteenth year in Ireland, recognise the contribution of indigenous companies to the overall technology sector in Ireland and indeed the overall economy. Picture Jason Clarke