Ekco Ranks 4th on Deloitte Fast 50 List
We are honoured to be awarded 4th place in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50, one of the most prestigious technology award programmes. Ekco Group's CEO, Eoin Blacklock reflects on this monumental milestone for the company.
I very rarely make a guest appearance on the blog, but when it was announced that we are Ireland’s 4th fastest growing technology company, I couldn’t let the moment pass without paying tribute to those who helped make this happen.
Now in their 22nd year, the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards are one of the most prestigious technology award programmes. They are known for recognising the country’s 50 fastest growing technology companies, based on revenue growth, and celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship in an ever-evolving sector.
Our growth has been exponential over the last four years, increasing by 1392% since 2017, and this industry recognition validates our strategy and recognises how well our cloud solutions have been received, particularly in areas such as Cybersecurity, Infrastructure, Hosting, and Backup & Recovery.
This huge milestone is a testament to the hard work and commitment of our global team. I can honestly say they are the hardest working people in the industry, constantly striving to keep up with market demands and create innovative solutions for our clients.
We are incredibly grateful to our loyal customers and dedicated partners, some of whom have been with us since the beginning. It’s humbling to be part of such a great community especially through such a challenging couple of years.
We feel such a sense of achievement to be joining an elite list of trailblazers (a special nod to my cousins Damian & Ciaran O’Kelly whose company, Nutritics, also made the list!) and hope to be included on this list again, as well as other lists like it. So much has been achieved already but we’re just getting started, and with the help of our wonderful team, remarkable partners and customers, we can’t wait to bring you on the Ekco journey.
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