BlazeClan Technologies, the leading cloud consulting company, today announced that it has been featured in the inaugural
FT 1000 High Growth Companies Asia Pacific report. In addition, BlazeClan also bagged 8th position in the Technology domain in the entire Asia Pacific region and is one of the Top 5 Indian companies in technology domain as well.
The inaugural FT 1000 High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific list considered companies based in 11 of the region’s more developed markets: Australia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan. The report released by Financial Times in partnership with research firm, Statista, ranks companies according to the percentage growth in their revenues between 2013 and 2016.
“It is a significant achievement for BlazeClan to be included in the FT 1000 and we are very proud to get such a high position. The rank is the validation of hard work and customer-centric approach of our team,” said Varoon Rajani, CEO, BlazeClan Technologies. “Since our inception, we have been helping organizations in embracing their cloud journey and recording phenomenal growth with each passing year is a testimony of our services”.
“Being endorsed by an internationally recognized media ensures that we bring it all together-high breed solutions, support and consulting- delivering a “world-class” experience to the businesses. This recognition is the acknowledgment that we follow industry best practices and are committed to serve exceptional cloud services to our customers,” added Deepak Kagliwal, Director Sales and Marketing, BlazeClan Technologies.
Founded in 2010, BlazeClan Technologies specializes in cloud consulting & managed services and has a strong international presence in the ASEAN region, Europe and Americas with a primary delivery center in India.
BlazeClan has a comprehensive customer portfolio from various verticals like media and entertainment, banking, financial services and insurance industries, etc. Some of its top customers include Domino’s, Viacom 18, Astro and the Bombay Stock Exchange.