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VMtech named one of Australia's fastest growing tech companies

23 Nov 2016

VMtech has been recognised as one of Australia’s fastest growing companies in the 2016  Financial Review Fast 100 list.

The secure multi cloud service provider has beat its 99th place ranking in the 2015 BRW by 20 slots, now sitting in 79th position with 47.7% growth in 2016.

The list is an annual recognition of corporate growth based on average growth rates in revenue over 4 years, recognising the entrepreneurial spirit in Australia.

It has established a strong reputation as the premier guide to the fastest growing businesses in Australia.

Len Findlay, CEO of VMtech, attributes his company’s success to his team and their continued focus towards enabling their customers to transform their business operations through innovative, secure multicloud solutions.

“Making it to the 2016 Financial Review Fast 100 list is a commendable achievement in today’s highly competitive technology space,” he explains.

“Due to the fast-paced nature of the IT industry, we continually evolve our go-to-market strategy to better address, what can only be described as a dynamic technology environment.”

Findlay says that they always aim to be ahead of the competition, introducing innovative solutions, not only for today, but also tomorrow’s challenges.

“This award is attributed to the hard work, passion and drive the VMtech team demonstrates every day, constantly striving to deliver exceptional customer service and value to our clients, so the team will be chuffed with this valuable recognition of their efforts.”

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