Managed 24/7 ranked in the Deloitte 2016 UK Technology Fast 50Published on 27 November 2015
Managed 24/7 is recognised as one of the UK's 50 fastest growing technology companies for the second time at the 2016 Deloitte UK Fast 50 winners awards ceremony.
At last night’s Deloitte UK Fast 50 winners awards ceremony, held at the Langham Hotel, London, we’re excited to report Managed 24/7 was recognised as one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the UK for the second time.
Since it was founded in September 2009, Managed 24/7 has doubled year-on-year in revenue, profit and staff numbers and provides a seamless extension to more than 10,000 end users in key areas: professional services - telephony, video & collaboration - predictive monitoring & business intelligence; outsourced IT support; internet connectivity; network services; disaster recovery; and cloud services.
With our approach, employees are no longer restricted to the boundaries of location or device and internal systems no longer reside in one location. The growth in Cloud Applications and Services comes very much from our flexibility. The challenge is planning what moves to where and when, and how to manage this in a joined up way so that everything appears as it would on premise.
To achieve this, we have partnered with a number of best in class manufacturers, which enable us to consistently provide next generation technology solutions to its customers. In July 2014, we’re proud to have become a Cisco Certified Gold Partner.
John Pepper, CEO and founder of Managed 24/7, comments:
“My team and I are ecstatic to have our company ranked so highly for all of our work and efforts over the past seven years. It’s a very exciting time for Managed 24/7 as our technology develops to keep ahead of the curve in order for predictive monitoring to remain at the heart of our business. We will continue working with our customers to understand their business and fully integrate into their growth strategy.”
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