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Xalient Named Among Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies by Financial Times and Statista

Xalient, a leading UK-based network transformation company specializing in software-defined networking, cloud security, and unified communications, has been named one of Europe’s 1000 fastest-growing companies by the Financial Times and Statista. Xalient ranks at 336 and is 38th among the listed UK companies, appearing in the IT and Software category where 176 companies are listed.

This marks Xalient’s second consecutive entry into the FT 1000 list, having ranked at 365 last year. The company has moved up 29 places this year, reflecting its exponential growth in the UK and US. Only 219 companies in the FT1000 have ever received rankings in two consecutive years.

Sherry Vaswani, Xalient’s Group Chief Executive Officer, said, “It is fantastic that Xalient has been recognised for the second consecutive year as one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies and named on this prestigious list. We pride ourselves on providing an alternative secure network transformation model to the norm, helping our customers benefit from cloud technologies, with newly transformed networks that are agile, secure, high-performing, and fit for the future.”

Xalient has also recently bolstered its leadership team with two key appointments, demonstrating the company’s commitment to driving growth and strengthening its global brand. Earlier in the month, Xalient secured ISO 20000 Certification in IT Service Management.

View the full list here: FT 1000: the sixth annual list of Europe’s fastest-growing companies | Financial Times

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