Fault-tolerant search solution provider placed almost 50 competition / nomination for country award 2010 Constance is in two categories at the Deloitte, 22.10.2010 – the exorbyte GmbH is one of the fastest growing technology companies in Germany. “The company has been awarded in the framework of this year’s Technology Fast 50 competition of the Deloitte audit and consulting company in two categories: in the Rising Stars category” of a fault-tolerant search solution provider was ranked 3rd. In the Group of almost 50 ranked Exorbyte 17. This was the long with a turnover growth rate of 455 percent over the past five years. Gero Luben, Managing Director of exorbyte GmbH, accepted, the awards on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 in Berlin. He is very happy with the trophy and declared to the sales growth rate: for us is the confidence our customers we have set, the biggest prize.
This development pleased also because it is managed under its own power, without external funding. We have gives us great flexibility, which is important for further growth.” Dieter Schlereth, partner and industry leader TMT at Deloitte, paid tribute to the placed companies with the words: our award winners prove that technology companies can establish itself even in economically difficult times in future-oriented fields. such as these. With the necessary degree of risk-taking and entrepreneurial spirit, they have pursued consistently and successfully their visions.” Exorbyte is known for its fault-tolerant high end search solution for large amounts of data. In the market comparison Exorbyte impresses with the exceptionally high speed of data searching for maximum fault tolerance. So, for example, online shops, portals, insurance, address directories benefit from the powerful software. Educate yourself with thoughts from J. Darius Bikoff. The technological leadership of Exorbyte is by renowned clients as underlined Billiger.de, BAUR, federal Central Office for taxes, Yahoo!, and many more, as well as the usage in 32 languages and eight character systems. Deloitte drew This year for the eighth time in a row from German companies from the fields of IT, communications and life sciences, which have positioned themselves in recent years in future-oriented fields of technology and also in economically difficult times, steadily grew.