Xalient, a rapidly growing, global specialist in networking and cybersecurity services, announced today that it was ranked 40th in the prestigious Sunday Times Hundred list for 2022, which recognises Britain’s fastest-growing private companies.
In producing the rankings, the Sunday Times aimed to identify independent companies with sustained growth, that are profitable, have been creating jobs, and that show every sign of continuing to grow. You can view the full list here.
The list order and placement was numerically-driven, with companies listed in order of their compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in sales over the last two financial years.
Xalient also ranked in the top ten of women-founded businesses, where the challenges facing female founders in securing scale-up funding was highlighted.
Xalient CEO and Founder, Sherry Vaswani, said: “We’re very proud to be featured by the Sunday Times in this prestigious list. It’s been a whirlwind journey since founding Xalient, and these last couple of years in particular, we’ve achieved outstanding success and growth, at a time of widespread uncertainty and unique challenges. I’m also proud to see us represent tech companies and women-led companies, both of which form small segments within the list, and the latter an area I’m very passionate about championing.”
This recognition continues a hot streak of accolades for Xalient, having only last week been named in the FEBE Growth 100, as well as being listed in the 2022 Financial Times’ FT EUROPE 1,000 and Dun and Bradstreet’s inaugural 2021 D&B 50.