Deazy, a curated marketplace of development talent founded in Cardiff, grew 2,615 per cent during this period and was placed as the third fastest growing company in the South-West.
“There is a long-term skills gap in technology and our platform makes it easy for organisations to fill that gap – that’s what’s been powering our growth and what will see us grow even faster in the future,” said Andy Peddar, CEO, Deazy. “It’s a model that ensures companies have access to the very latest skills and can be scaled up or down at a moment’s notice. Our teams are enterprise-ready in how they work, comfortable with Agile methodology and project management requirements and make the perfect addition to inhouse capability.”
Duncan Down, lead partner for the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 programme, said:
“The exceptional growth of this year’s Fast 50 is a marker of the ongoing strength and resilience of the UK’s technology industry, which continues to thrive despite considerable headwinds. Deloitte’s 2022 Fast 50 awards showcase the talent and innovation in the UK’s technology industry today.
“The Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 awards give businesses the opportunity to be recognised and rewarded for their contributions to the UK technology sector and achievements over the last four years. The 50 fastest growing UK technology companies, as ranked by Deloitte, generated around £992mn in total annual revenues in the year 2021/22 and employed more than 16,300 people. The Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 recorded an average three-year growth rate of 4,568 per cent.”
Deazy is a curated marketplace of development talent. It connects enterprises, scale-ups and agencies with high-quality development teams, handpicked to provide broad technical expertise and greater capacity and flexibility. Andy Peddar, Deazy CEO, believes the company is all set for further growth in 2023:
“Companies face ongoing capability and capacity issues within technology, whether that’s product managers, developers, scrum masters, project managers, or QA specialists and we are fulfilling this demand. With digital innovation and transformation programmes continuing to gather pace there is an ever-greater demand for tech talent. We’ve spent 2022 developing our proposition and building the team so that the company is ready for further growth during 2023.”