A five-year growth rate of 1,481pc saw Cork-based Inhance Technology take top spot in the 2014 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 awards.
Inhance Technology has developed an all-in-one solution that supports the customer experience throughout the complete lifecycle of their smartphones and tablets.
The awards, currently in their 15th year in Ireland, found the average growth rate of the companies listed as 276pc – cumulatively, the 2014 Fast 50 winners generated approximately €350 million in total annual revenues in 2013.
“I am continually enthused by the hunger, drive and capacity to innovate that the winning companies demonstrate, as demonstrated by the close competition in this year’s ranking,” said Richard Howard, partner with Deloitte.
“The Fast 50 awards really do demonstrate the very best of this important sector, and we are delighted to be able to recognise them with these awards.”
ding* (formerly ezetop) achieved second place in the ranking, with a growth rate of over 1000pc in the last five years. The company, which enables people living or working abroad to instantly top up mobile phones of friends and family back home, had taken top spot in the ranking in both 2013 and 2012.
“It’s an honour to be recognised in Deloitte’s Fast 50 for a third time,” said Mark Roden, CEO of ding*. “Not only does this award recognise our successful growth to date but it is also a wonderful validation of all the hard work and long hours put in to building the business by all the team at ding*.”
Mark Roden, CEO of bing*