Deloitte: Freespee Is One Of The Fastest Growing Companies!

Deloitte Sweden has announced this year’s best technology companies for its annual Sweden Technology Fast 50 award. Freespee has shown an outstanding growth during the past few years, which placed us on this exclusive list. Being one of very few enterprise SaaS companies on the list, and having achieved 830% growth makes us even more proud! 
The great news come as a result of our brilliant team’s excellence and tireless work to make Freespee a flawless product that exceeds our customers’ expectations. During the year, Freespee has helped brands such as Disney, BMW, Belron, Rentify and Klarna turn phone calls into digital data, increasing their ROI and unveiling the complete customer journeys of their users. We can’t be more thankful for their trust and we’re proud to work with them!
Full press release:
Deloitte Sweden Technology Fast 50 is an annual award for the fastest growing technology companies in Sweden organised by Deloitte in collaboration with SVCA (Swedish Venture Capital Association) and Engineering Industries . Several of the companies on this year’s rankings have had great success within Online and Mobile Advertising.
Many other companies have attempted this in the past but with limited success. “It shows that a unique technology must be combined with the right timing in order to really gain traction in the marketplace”, says Erik Olin, partner at Deloitte. About Deloitte Sweden Technology Fast 50 and Rising Stars The only cross-industry ranking of technology companies in Sweden. The award is now in .its eleventh year. The ranking includes public and private companies, large and small, in all areas of technology, from internet specialists to life sciences, green tech, computers to semiconductors and software to telecommunications. Growth is based on revenue growth over the last five years of according to annual reports reported to the Companies Registration Office on 31 July. For Fast 50 The Growth is measured During 2009 to 2013, and for the Rising Stars During 2011-2013.
Please find more detailed information (in Swedish) on