Skyline listed in Deloitte Technology Fast50

Skyline Communications, global player in end-to-end multi-vendor network management and OSS software solutions for the satellite, broadcast, IPTV and HFC broadband industries, announces that as one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Belgium, it has been included in the Deloitte Technology Fast50 competition. Based on their percentage of growth in turnover during the last five years, companies can join this prestigious and widely recognised competition to be given the award for the fastest-growing technology company.

Skyline Communications is today widely recognised as the unrivaled global leader in powerful next-generation end-to-end network management and OSS software, for complex broadcast and data communication ecosystems. The company’s flagship, the DataMiner platform, has truly reshaped the way operators can manage their operational systems more efficiently and more intuitively than ever before, transparently across any vendor and technology boundaries. And this widely acclaimed solution is now deployed in more than 85 countries around the world, and integrated with a staggering 3500+ products from more than 450 vendors.

“We are very excited to be ranked amongst the fastest growing technology companies by the Deloitte Technology Fast50. And especially for the recognition that it brings to our entire staff and their brilliant achievements so far,” commented Ben Vandenberghe, Sales & Marketing Director at Skyline Communications. “While our revenue growth over the past 5 years was the key selection criterion for this listing, at Skyline this is actually secondary to technological innovation. Our growth has been very consistent for over 10 years now, and it is driven by both our unrelenting desire to innovate and our long-term business strategy and objectives – more specifically our vision to fundamentally redefine how operators interact with their ever more complex operational ecosystems. One company, one team, and one very specific mission that we take very seriously.”

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