Excelian Wins Recognition For Its Activity In The Second Consecutive Year

Excelian Limited, a Murex, Commodities & Grid consultancy projects for many of the financial institutions, had been ranked 30th in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 and is a winner in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA awards giving it

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Excelian Limited, a Murex, Commodities & Grid consultancy projects for many of the financial institutions, had been ranked 30th in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 and is a winner in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA awards giving it a place on the publication’s league table for the second consecutive year.

“It is a great honour and achievement for Excelian to rank so highly in both of these distinguished awards,” says Adrian Marshall, managing director and founding partner at Excelian. “Both are recognition for another successful year attracting new customers and providing a superior service for all of our clients. To achieve this level of sustained growth year after year is a testament to the dedication and expertise of all our employees and I am pleased to say we are on track for another solid year of growth despite the current economic climate”.

Now in its eighth year, The Sunday Times Tech Track 100, is an annual league table ranking Britain’s one hundred fastest growing private technology companies by sales growth over a two year period. Excelian, which benefited in 2008 from an increased demand for trading and risk management technology as well as its unique environmental services, was able to boost sales by 86.71% making it the highest ranked and fastest growing IT consultancy to make the league table.

Similarly the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA, one of the region’s most comprehensive and respected lists for technology companies, ranks public and private firms from 23 countries in EMEA. Excelian’s award came as a result of an impressive 1,174.90% five year growth rate.

“Excelian’s on-going success is due to our unique ability to consistently deliver high quality services together with our innovative solutions to meet complex client requirements,” says Marshall. “Our new operations in Sydney and Johannesburg mean we can offer our services to customers on a truly global basis and this compliments our ambitious investment and expansion plans for 2009”.

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