London-based Deloitte, a management consultancy company, organised the 23rd edition of Technology Fast 50, an annual ranking that recognises fast-growing technology startups in the Netherlands for their exceptional growth performance.
Deloitte has now released the list of fifty fastest-growing technology companies in the Netherlands for the year 2022. The startups are recognised and ranked based on revenue growth over the last four years.
The Rising Star competition is a part of Technology Fast 50, and it recognises and supports young companies with great growth potential that have been in business for less than four years.
Besides the Fast 50 ranking, Deloitte has also announced the winners of the Rising Star, Most Disruptive Innovator, Most Sustainable Grower, and Most Absolute Grower of 2022.
Here’re the winners:
- The Rising Star 2022 award – Seenons
- Most Disruptive Innovator –Carbyon
- Most Sustainable Grower – JouwWeb
- Most Absolute Grower – Bitvavo
We have compiled a listed Amsterdam-based startup featured in the top 50 startups list. Check it out.
Bitvavo: Bitvavo offers an online exchange platform that allows it to safely buy, sell, and save digital currencies.
Homerr Duurzaam Verzenden – Homerr is a sustainable and social parcel service that only uses a network of parcel points. The parcel points are subdivided into SocialPoints and ServicePoints, where consumers can send parcels directly or take them away. SocialPoints are private individuals who make their homes available as pick-up points, and ServicePoints are local businesses within the retail or catering industry.
DataSnipper: DataSnipper provides auditors with an “intelligent” automation platform that increases the quality and efficiency of common audit procedures. The company claims that its automation features, embedded into Excel, empower external auditors to do their work quickly and accurately.
Returnista: Returnista operates a return management platform that enables merchants to offer a seamless experience, capture data, and drive sales from the returns process. The company sees the returns process as the “forgotten sales channel”. By offering the right product at the right time, they can retain up to 40 per cent more revenue for merchants.
Amberscript: Amberscript creates a specialised AI-enabled speech-to-text engine to ease manual transcription efforts. The company’s SaaS software automatically enables users to transcribe audio and video into text using speech recognition.
Lepaya: Lepaya provides soft skill training that combines online and offline learning through its learning app and short, interactive classroom sessions with the best trainers.
Otrium: Otrium is a technology platform where fashion brands can sell their leftover stocks at a discount. Its full-service marketplace allows fashion brands to open an online outlet with minimal effort and all the advantages.
Convious: Convious is an all-in-one platform built exclusively for the leisure industry. It enables them to connect with their customers directly, enhancing their experience and increasing conversions while managing all operations in a single place.
Matt Sleeps: Matt Sleeps is an online store that sells affordable mattresses, pillows, mattress protectors, and boxsprings.
uButler: uButler is a 24/7, on-demand, messaging-based service to manage the full relocation of any employee
Felyx: Felyx offers shared electric scooters (mopeds) as a new and disrupting urban mobility concept.
JP.cars: JP.cars is a tech scale-up that has developed AI algorithms to automatically determine real-time marketability and (future) residual values of used cars.
Rodeo: Rodeo is a SaaS software company that offers all-in-one project management software focusing on creative service customers. The company’s solution helps customers to optimise workflows by harmonising planning, administration, and reporting processes.
Fourthline: Fourthline, with a top-level end-to-end KYC solution, helps banks and regulated financial institutions in Europe with digital KYC checks.
BridgeFund: BridgeFund is an online business platform that offers fast business credit to SMEs without the intervention of a bank. The company offers credits up to €250K at an interest of 1.3 per cent per month.
Contentoo: Contentoo is a content creation platform that caters to the demands for high-quality content in the corporate world. The platform offers a vetted marketplace with 500+ freelance content writers and designers combined with various tools to increase conversion.
Parfumado: Parfumado Group is an online platform that deals with perfume subscription services.
Quicargo: Quicargo provides an online marketplace for shippers and carriers to benefit from unutilised truck loading spaces.
Surfly: Surfly offers real-time web-sharing technology (co-browsing) and enables remote collaboration by showing others what you see in your browser.
Brenger: Brenger is a logistics platform that connects consumers and businesses with couriers to transport bulky goods. The company provides easy and affordable delivery by managing the planning and the location of couriers working for Brenger.
Zivver: Zivver is a provider of secure communications platforms. The Dutch company’s solution helps organisations safeguard their sensitive data while ensuring regulatory compliance and preventing human error data leaks.
Surelock: Surelock IT Security Services helps organisations gain insight into the IT vulnerabilities of their organisation.
Storage Share: Storage Share is an online marketplace that makes vacant commercial properties such as office buildings accessible to individuals or businesses looking for storage.
Deloitte Technology Fast 50
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 is a programme that ranks the 50 fastest-growing technology companies, public or private, based on percentage revenue growth over three years and includes all related industry sectors – communications, media, software, hardware, life sciences and healthcare, and clean energy.
This programme is for companies that have developed a tech-related product and celebrates innovation and entrepreneurship. If a startup participates in the Technology Fast 50, in addition to a place in the rankings, it also has a chance to be declared a sector winner.
Last year, Otrium grabbed the #1 spot in the rankings followed by Academy to Innovate HR (AIHR) and Storage Share in second and third place, respectively.