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Locked EN (Press): Swyx is one of Germany's fastest growing technology companies

Tom Wellige

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With its remarkable growth, the Dortmund-based Unified Communications specialist is one of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50.

Following the recent accolade by London Stock Exchange Group, thanks to its dynamic sales development and growth, Swyx Solutions AG has now also received the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Award. Each year, Deloitte gives this award to the fastest growing technology companies for their top entrepreneurial achievements. This year's ranking is based on the sales growth in the financial years 2013 to 2016, when Swyx achieved an increase of 102.69 percent, placing it among the top 50 fastest growing technology companies in Germany.

An important basis for Swyx's continued revenue growth is the company's innovative IP-based communications solution, which is precisely tailored to the requirements of SMEs and is constantly being enhanced. The flexible, scalable solution unifies different communication channels and offers many practical functions for a more efficient exchange of information, thus increasing productivity in everyday work. Further cornerstones of Swyx's success are the distinct, forward-looking strategy of the Dortmund-based company as well as the high commitment of its employees and partners.

In addition to the Technology Fast 50 Award, German news magazine FOCUS and Statista, one of the world's largest online statistics portals, have also honoured the successful development of Swyx and voted the company ‘growth champion 2018’, one of the top 500 companies in Germany with the highest revenue growth across all industries. Thanks to its exceptional growth in recent years, the UC provider has once again secured a place in the ranking after 2016 and ranks 12th in the telecommunications category.

Please see www.deloitte.com/about to learn more about Deloitte. The Fast 50 ranking can be found here.

Press release on swyx.com

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