Delight in Deloitte's pick for Pulse
Malaysia – Pulse Group PLC has achieved a 119 ranking as one of the fastest growing technology companies in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2008.
The rankings are based on a percentage revenue growth over three years and Pulse showed a growth of 423.27%.
Bob Chua, CEO, Pulse said the recognition will continue to set the company’s pace throughout 2009.
“Demand of online research in Asia continues to grow strongly and we’re now well positioned in the region,” he said.
Ian Thatcher, partner in charge, Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific programme congratulated Pulse on its achievement.
It’s been a stellar year for Pulse with several awards including individual accolades for Chua when he bagged the Ernst & Young Emerging Entrepreneur 2008 Award.The Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards scour the Malaysian industry to identify, honour, and support outstanding business leaders.
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