Destiny has won Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 50 award for “Most Sustainable growth”.

20 November 2018 - Destiny - In the press, Technology

Brussels, 15 november 2018 – Destiny NV has won Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 50 award for ‘Most Sustainable Growth’, which is presented to the Fast 50 contestant that made it into the ranking all of the previous years. The announcement was made at the Technology Fast 50 Awards Ceremony  on 15 November 2018.

About Destiny NV Destiny, founded in 2008, is a provider of cloud communications solutions and mainly focuses on innovative companies. With 140 employees and an annual turnover of 42 million euros, the telecom company became the fastest growing B2B telecom player in the Benlux. With the Destiny cloud interaction platform, companies are able to communicate more efficiently with any device and from any location, because telecom and IT integrate seamlessly in the underlying architecture. This allows Destiny to offer highly flexible and scalable solutions that are a perfect fit for the customer’s needs and customizable for future customers. Destiny’s network guarantees speed and thorough service for more than 4,500 professional customers, including renowned companies like Katoennatie, Cevora, McDonalds, Standaard Boekhandel, Ecover, ZEB, Gabriels and Würth.

“Our strategy and continuous growth over the past five years have strengthened our position in the market. Winning this award confirms that we have what it takes to continue to grow sustainably and make an impact in our sector.” (Daan De Wever, CEO)

About the Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 50

The Technology Fast 50 competition is an annual selection of the 50 fastest growing and innovative technology companies headquartered in Belgium. Public or private companies who develop a technology related product or service and who have experienced substantial revenue growth over the last four years can enter the competition for their chance to be nominated as one of the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in Belgium. Companies that have been active in the technology sector for less than four years can participate in the special Rising Star category of the competition. These companies are judged by an independent jury on their turnover potential and scalability.

Participating in the Technology Fast 50 competition can help companies to develop their business by increasing their visibility and giving them access to the Fast 50’s unique network of highly successful executives.

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