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The Hague, Netherlands, 2006/08/19 - HintTech has been nominated for the Deloitte Technology Fast 50, the poll for the fifty fastest growing technology companies in the Netherlands.
Deloitte, the initiator of the prestigious poll, has announced that the Delft-based Internet software developer has won a place among the nominees on the Netherlands Fast 50 list.
HintTech was founded in 1997 by five engineers to meet the growing demand for specialists in the field of Internet technology. Today, in 2006, with over 70 professional staff on its payroll, HintTech is working hard to build on its position as a supplier of software developers, project managers and information security consultants.
In the last few years HintTech's turnover has risen by more than 500 percent, and substantial growth is expected again in the 2006 financial year.
Egbert Hendriks, managing director of HintTech, says: "We are proud of our nomination for the Deloitte Technology Fast 50. HintTech differs from other IT service providers in that we supply specialists with a combination of DotNet and Java expertise." Hendriks continues: "We apply this combined knowledge at Top 500 organisations: in content management projects with Tridion, for example. This makes HintTech unique in the Netherlands."
HintTech supplies specialists in the areas of software development (DotNet and Java), project management and information security. HintTech's activities are divided into four co-operating business units. This allows HintTech to offer organisations a practical solution, regardless of the scale and complexity of the project, in the areas of system integration, project management and information security.
About the Deloitte Technology Fast 50
The Deloitte Technology Netherlands Fast 50 is part of a global programme for growth companies in the technology sector. In both Europe and the United States, the national (regional) Fast 50 lists are merged to form the Fast 500. The winners are selected on the basis of their turnover growth rate over the past five years.