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Deloitte’s 2020 Technology Fast 50
Meet the winners
What does it take to be a Technology Fast 50 winner? Each portrait of this year’s award recipients provides interesting insights into the fast-growing tech companies and promising start-ups that are making their mark in Belgium, and beyond.
With an impressive 82,677.34% growth in sales, proUnity, which brings recruiters, freelancers and service suppliers together on one central platform, enabling the best talents to find the right projects and allowing companies to search efficiently for the right expert, won Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 and the Software category.
Ethical hacking and bug bounty platform developer Intigriti was named the 2020 Rising Star by an external jury chaired by Duco Sickinghe, Managing Partner of Fortino.
Antwerp-based Byteflies, a med tech company that provides B2B-services to enable lean development of wearable health applications, took home the award in the Medical devices category with 2,992.94% growth.
The top spot in the Digital content/Media/Entertainment category with 1,601.97% growth went to Hello Customer, a company that created an AI-driven feedback platform that helps companies collect and convert unstructured open feedback into powerful insights across the business.
Ghent-based Silverfin, the developer of a cloud platform for accountants, was the winner in the Fintech category with 676.46% growth.
Granutools, a company based in Awans that offers various solutions for granular material, achieved 506.03% growth to win the Electronic devices/Hardware/Semiconductor category.
The Energy tech category was won by Beringen-based ENSEK, a company that achieved 500.45% growth providing a 100% cloud-native SaaS platform that powers energy supply businesses across the globe.
In the Communications/Networking category, Ghent-based Pozyx, which developed a hardware/software RTLS solution that provides accurate positioning and motion information, received the award having achieved 369.53% growth.
Based in Gosselies, OncoDNA, a company specialised in precision medicine for the treatment of cancer, achieved 183.76% growth to receive the award in the Biotechnology/Pharmaceutical category.
The 2020 Most Disruptive Innovator award, which goes to the Rising Star nominee that has developed the most revolutionary concept or product within a specific technology segment, was presented to Epic Blue, company that developed a workforce solution to increase the safety and performance of digital-savvy field workers.
Ghent-based Eyesee, a behavioural research company, won the award for Most Sustainable Growth, which is presented to the Fast 50 participant that has ranked highest for the past 4 years in a row.