Monday, 06 December 2010 09:10

Deloitte names IPscape in Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific Ranking

By Annette Slunjski

IPscape has been named in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific Ranking for 2010 with growth of 141 percent over three years.

Sydney, Australia - 6 December 2010 - IPscape has been named in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific Ranking for 2010 with growth of 141 percent over three years.

IPscape, recent winner of the 2010 Patron's Rising Star Award from the NSW Government, uses modern cloud-based technologies, predominantly in call or contact centres, to alleviate issues around cost containment, speed to market, real-time insight and the integration of new communication channels, such as social media, for clients such as BT, Teleperformance, SP AusNet, Delfin Lend Lease and the Northern Territory Government.

'In a year that the word 'cloud' featured prominently in technology discussions from the boardroom to the water cooler, we are pleased to be recognised for delivering on the cloud promise,' said Simon Burke, CEO at IPscape.

'Our model is born in the cloud which translates into real-world benefits for our clients who should be commended for realising the distinct advantages true cloud delivers and rejecting the cloud charlatans that are more like a 1990's managed service than a true cloud offering,' stated Burke.

The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific Ranking is a global platform for measuring, recognising and analysing growth of the fastest growing technology companies in the region. Five hundred companies are ranked according to revenue growth rates over the past three years.

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