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Technology Fast 500™ Asia Pacific (APAC)

2015 Winners and Results

Combining technological innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid growth, Technology Fast 500 companies — large, small, public, and private — span a variety of industry sectors, and are transforming the way business is done today.

The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific is now in its fourteenth year, and it includes nine Asia Pacific locations: Australia; China (including Hong Kong); India; Japan; South Korea; Malaysia; New Zealand; Singapore and Taiwan.


South Korea’s Devsisters secured first place in the 2015 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific program, making it the second year in a row that a South Korean company has been the overall winner. Based in Seoul, Devsisters is a global entertainment company which was established to develop and service mobile games and game characters. It's ‘OvenBreak’ game series has been immensely popular in 20 countries across North America, Europe, and beyond. The ‘Cookie Run’ series is positioned as one of the representative ‘endless running’ games with over 100 million downloads to date.

Runner Up

Ranked number two, Wuhan Hi-Target Digital Cloud Technology Co., Limited (Hi-Target Digital Cloud) uses 3S technology and focuses on industrial applications for high-accuracy 3D laser surveying instruments and integration systems, providing full solutions and services in the fields of surveying geographic information, digital cultural heritage, industrial measurement and digital city requirements.

Third Place

Ranked third, Prospa is Australia’s leading online small business lender. Using a proprietary technology platform and a fast, simple online application process, Prospa can approve and provide funding for loans within 24 hours. Since 2011, this high growth Australian-owned company has lent more than $70m to thousands of small businesses. Prospa's flagship is its unsecured online small business loans of $5k to $250k, lent over terms of three to 12 months with flexible daily or weekly repayments.

Technology Fast 500 2015 Asia Pacific Ranking

The Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific Top Ten are listed below by company, country, industry sector and three year growth percentage. For the full ranking list, download the report pdf.

  Company Name Location Industry Category Growth Percentage
1 Devsisters Corp
South Korea Software 8516%
2 Wuhan hi-target Digital Cloud Technology Co Ltd
China Hardware 7100%
3 Prospa
Australia Software 6971%
4 Cirrus Networks
Australia Hardware 5571%
5 Changzhou Yihutong Logistics Technology Co Ltd
China Media 5250%
6 Chongqing Yijifu Technology Co Ltd
China Communications 5024%
7 Shenzhen iDreamSky Techology Co Ltd
China Software 4979%
8 Beijing YixinYixing automotive technical development services Co Ltd
China Communications 4332%
9 F1 Info Solutions & Services Pvt Ltd
India Hardware 3961%
10 CapitalBio Technology Inc
China Life Sciences 3892%

Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific Press Release

  • With 139 companies in the top 500, China once again leads the rankings geographically, with the largest number of fast-growing companies, and this year marked a significant increase over 100 companies in 2014. Taiwan recorded 84 companies in the ranking, down from 90 companies last year.
  • The Software sector saw a substantial increase this year of 35 companies to 181 and yet again leads the industry sectors for the third year in a row. The sector also includes our overall 2015 winner Devsisters Corp.
  • Clean technology saw a significant increase this year with its strongest representation yet in the ranking, and a sign that North Asian markets are turning attention to this sector. 
  • The top 500 companies in 2015 averaged a revenue growth of 415 percent; a steady increase from last year’s average growth of 405 percent. Additionally, a total of 231 companies making up this year’s ranking had final year revenues under US$10 million, a notable decrease from over 342 in 2014. The biggest increase was seen by companies with revenues between US$10-$50 million, with 164 companies this year compared to 108 in 2014.

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