Flowmon Networks has been recognized for the third consecutive year in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 CE, rankings of the fifty fastest-growing technology companies in Central Europe. Flowmon Networks is one of only four firms which has appeared in the programme since 2013 and the only one from this quartet which has moved up in the rankings.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 ranking is based on percentage revenue growth over the last four years. Flowmon Networks was ranked 22nd place in CE achieving a revenue growth of 480% in this period. “We are glad that we stand out for making the Technology Fast 50 three years in a row. Since the beginning, we have built our company on powerful technology and on the principles of sustainable development. Repetitive recognition by Deloitte confirms the longstanding growth of our company and strengthens our confidence that this is the right path,” says Rostislav Vocilka, Chief Executive Officer at Flowmon Networks.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 in Central Europe programme is now in its 16th year. “We believe it is important to acknowledge industry leaders who are able to turn great ideas into stunning realities, and we are proud to unveil this year’s cutting edge innovators,” introduces Alastair Teare, CEO at Deloitte Central Europe, this year’s Technology Fast 50 CE report.
Flowmon Networks develops the Flowmon solution which combines an advanced network traffic monitoring technology with network behavior analytics helping companies to manage their computer networks and protect themselves against advanced cyber threats. “Our solution uses advanced artificial intelligence when working with the essentials of network communication – packets, to provide IT professionals with crucial information for modern network management and security. The Flowmon solution is used globally by companies who desire to know what is happening in their computer networks, including T-Mobile, SEGA, Raiffeisenbank or Orange,” adds Petr Springl, Product Director at Flowmon Networks.
According to the Fast 50 report, the pace of change among Central Europe’s fastest-growing technology companies is rapid and relentless when four of the five listed companies are new entries. More than half the companies listed in the rankings is focused on software. A quarter of the firms is active in the media sector and the rest deals with internet services, telecommunications and computer networks.