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Microsoft 365-based information management specialist, Repstor (https://www.repstor), has been named one of the fastest growing tech firms for the fourth year running in the Deloitte Top 50 Rapid Growth Tech Firms awards (www.deloitte.co.uk/fast50/index.html).
The Deloitte Fast 50 awards celebrate indigenous Irish technology companies that have demonstrated exceptional growth in turnover. Announcing this year’s winners, Peter Allen, Partner at Deloitte (NI) Ltd, says “The pandemic has presented huge challenges to the way we work and live, and technology has responded to provide innovative solutions. Although the economy has come under severe pressure, this crisis has presented unprecedented opportunities for NI tech businesses to shine.”
“We’re delighted to be among such great company in being named in these awards once again, and to have achieved so much during such a difficult year,” says Alan McMillen, CEO, Repstor. “We look forward to serving our customers and further expanding our business in 2021.”
Commenting on Repstor’s continued success in the rankings, Alan McMillen, Repstor’s CEO, says “We’re delighted to be among such great company in being named in these awards once again, and to have achieved so much during such a difficult year. We look forward to serving our customers and further expanding our business in 2021.”
Pandemic-related lockdowns have placed new emphasis on remote working and information access, while a surge in use of Microsoft Teams has driven strong demand for Repstor for Teams™. In addition, Repstor has also hosted multiple series of timely webinars this year, providing practical advice for legal and professional services teams looking to bring coherence and compliance to email and document management, particularly as professionals were dispersed to work from home.
Last month, Repstor was named in Gartner’s latest Market Guide for Corporate Legal Matter Management, which recognizes companies that have achieved visibility and traction in the market.
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