Wave Named One of 10 Companies-to-Watch in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50™

October 19, 2011
5 minutes read

The excitement here at Wave just keeps coming, and it doesn’t look like it will be slowing down any time soon. Wave has been named one of Deloitte’s Companies-to-Watch during the Fast 50™Awards Event held in Toronto last night, and we couldn’t be happier.

Companies-to-Watch winners are widely viewed as potential global leaders in technology industries. To win this award, young companies need to illustrate that they have the incredible management team and forward-thinking technology to manage fast growth — and to make sure that growth happens. These companies often go on to score high rankings in the Fast 50™ awards (Deloitte’s largest award category) once they have been operating for the required five years.

Being recognized as a leader in innovative technology is a huge honor. We’ve made it our focus here at Wave to break new ground and put small business owners first, and it looks like people are starting to take note in a really meaningful way.

I want take a moment and say a big thank-you to all of our incredible customers, everyone who has cheered us on and supported us so far, and to Deloitte, for recognizing Wave.

You small business owners are the reason we keep raising the bar, and we promise not to stop any time soon.

For full details, download Deloitte’s press release.

By Ash Christopher

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