Registering an impressive 22219% revenue growth over five years, leading independent video content SSP HIRO Media has moved up several places to take the 7th spot among the 500 fastest growing technology firms listed on the Deloitte Technology’s Fast 500 EMEA 2014.
The eyebrow-raising growth, according to the company, is recorded in the wake of growing strengths in its casual viewership, and also on account of its ability to offer simple but effective solutions for monetization of content syndication. The growth is considered phenomenal, as the average growth of companies that rank in the Deloitte Technology’s Fast 500 EMEA 2014 programs is put at 1,711 percent.
Reacting to HIRO Media’s incredible performance during the last five-year period, company CEO, Ariel Napchi termed the year 2014 as “exciting” for his firm’s growth prospects. Noting that HIRO Media’s present position in the Deloitte Technology’s Fast 500 EMEA by virtue of its stupendous growth highlighted the power of its casual viewership platform, Napchi said by achieving the feat, his
company also reiterated its commitment to making available the industry’s best customer service. Being recognized as leader in the industry at such an important time was exciting news, he said, showing HIRO Media to be an important player in the sector.
By making it to the top of the chart in the Deloitte Technology’s Fast 500 EMEA, HIRO Media has made its intentions clear that it’s committed to invention and advancing the industry forward. David Halstead of Deloitte Technology remarked that by recording such an astonishing revenue growth the company had shown that it was determined to grow in a survive-if-you-can market.
Incidentally, HIRO Media also ranked in the top 4 of the 2014 Israel Deloitte Technology Fast 50 that follows the fastest growing tech businesses in the country.
HIRO Media provides support to content owners in navigating video syndication and online video advertising by offering the industry’s best monetization platform.
The Deloitte Technology’s Fast 500 EMEA program recognizes technology firms that record the fastest revenue growth rates in the Middle East, Europe, and Africa over a period of five years. The program receives support from Deloitte Technology initiatives, enlisting technology firms showing high growth. Technology companies must be developing propriety technology or dedicating a significant amount of resources to research and development to be considered to be an entrant in the Fast 500 program.