With 251% growth, DreamOrbit wins the Deloitte Tech Fast50 India 2015 award
Bangalore, 3rd November 2015 – DreamOrbit, an innovation driven software product engineering company, has won the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast50 India Award. It is India’s leading company providing cutting-edge technology consulting and solutions to the largely unorganized transportation sector. The award ranks the 50 fastest growing technology companies in India, based on percentage revenue growth over three years.
In a significant jump from last year’s ranking, DreamOrbit secured 22nd rank on the list owing to its 251 percent growth during last 3 years. The company ranked 37th in 2014 on the list. Sanchit Jain, CEO, DreamOrbit, credits the exceptional team focusing solely on solving customer problems with the company’s revenue growth. “Our keen focus on cutting edge technology applied to real world problems has helped nurture our growth. I sincerely thank our customers who have believed in us, and our entire team that has worked passionately over the years.”
“Being a winner in the Deloitte Technology Fast50 program is commendable in today’s highly competitive technology industry,” said Rajiv Sundar, Senior Director, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP (DTTILLP), and Program Director Tech Fast50 India 2015. “We congratulate DreamOrbit on being one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the country.”
DreamOrbit is an innovation driven software product engineering company which helps enterprises and software companies (ISVs) build innovative solutions that are cross platform enabled and work on cloud based delivery model. Its expertise lies in software R&D, Big Data Analytics, Cloud Strategy and Enterprise Mobility.
With over 70 clients from logistics, supply chain and transportation industry spread across the globe, DreamOrbit (http://dreamorbit.com/) is a specialist transportation technology company. DreamOrbit is India’s leading company providing cutting-edge technology consulting and solutions to the largely unorganized transportation sector.