Cleveland, Ohio November 19, 2020 -- Keyfactor, a provider in crypto-agility solutions, announced revenue growth, ranking 338 on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a list of the 500 fastest-growing technology and life-sciences companies in North America. The company also ranks as the fastest-growing digital key and certificate automation provider on this year’s list.
"We are honored to join the ranks of North America’s most innovative and fastest growing technology companies in our first year of eligibility," said Jordan Rackie, CEO at Keyfactor. "This ranking is a result of the significant growth our business experienced between 2016 and 2019. We celebrate this achievement with our customers, partners and the entire Keyfactor community. The future promises to be even brighter; 2020 has been a watershed year for our business as we’ve been fortunate to experience rapid growth while helping solve the magnified and new challenges our customers are experiencing through the pandemic. We take our responsibility to support these needs seriously and are prepared to match the rise in demand with strategic investments centered on innovation, scale and customer success."
"Keyfactor has emerged as a rising star in the cybersecurity industry and a leader within the digital key and certificate automation provider market," said Matt Koran, senior investment associate at Insight Partners, a leading global venture capital and private equity firm focused on high growth technology and software companies. "Keyfactor brings a disruptive approach to traditional digital identity management. Their innovative offering has never been more critical, particularly in a year where all companies faced unprecedented security scenarios and use cases."
"Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers account for 71% of ranked companies, which reinforces customer preference to leverage cloud-first technology in today’s economy," said Rackie. "Keyfactor’s inclusion on the list is testament to our ability to support global enterprises’ cloud-first and complex cybersecurity needs. The requirement for secure and scalable digital keys and certificates across IoT devices, DevOps, multi-cloud environments and remote workforces has never been greater. These are exciting and critical times in cybersecurity, and we are proud to be a part of our customers’ solution."
Founded in 2001, Keyfactor is a market leader in comprehensive digital security management.
Deloitte Consulting's Customer Operations and Contact Center Transformation practice provides advisory services on all aspects of Customer Interaction and Contact Center strategy, operations, organization, process, and enabling technology topics with a focus on executable insights and shareholder value.
Published: Friday, November 20, 2020
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