PulseLearning claims top spot in Deloitte Fast 50 Awards

12 November, 2007

PulseLearning Ltd, a provider of enterprise compliance eLearning solutions, moved up three places from its 2006 ranking to scoop the top prize in this year's Deloitte Technology Fast 50 awards. Based in Tralee, Co. Kerry, and with offices in the US, Canada, Australia and Britain, the company has achieved revenue growth of 2838.7% in the last five years. Developing elearning solutions targeted towards clients in regulated industries, PulseLearning achieved an aggregate growth in revenue of 2838.7 per cent in the last five years.The companies placed in second and third positions were Zamano and Digiweb.

The Fast 50 programme, now in its eighth year in Ireland, ranks the fastest-growing technology companies on the island of Ireland. This year there were two winners in the Rising Star category, which recognises younger companies with the fastest growth in turnover over the past three years. Daft Media Ltd was the Republic of Ireland's representative, with Stirk Lamont Associates, a technology business solutions company representing the North.

Meanwhile, PulseLearning chief executive, Jim Breen, has been nominated for another sought-after prize. He will attend the finals of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year.

PulseLearning is the third company in a row based at Kerry technology Parl to be short-listed for this coveted prize. Over 125 businesses and individual entries from all over Ireland competed and only 24 shortlist finalists were selected.

Shannon Development has congratulated PulseLearning on the achievement and Kerry's business community will be watching with interest as the county once again enjoys the national contest in this acclaimed contest.

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