Peppermint Technology are winners in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 for the second year running

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22 November 2017

Peppermint TechnologyAward winning legal cloud innovator Peppermint Technology are proud to be recognised, for the second year running, in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 at their award ceremony in London on Thursday 16th 2017. 

The UK fast 50 is one of the UK’s leading technology awards ceramonies celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship. It recognises the 50 fastest technology companies in the UK and winners are calculated based on business growth over the last four years.

Peppermint Technology, a Midlands based legal software provider, achieved a 552% growth over the last 5 years. Peppermint leverage all the value in Microsoft Dynamics CRM and SharePoint to create a leading Platform tailored specifically for the legal market. Peppermint were the only legal technology company to be placed in the Technology Fast 50 for the second year in a row, demonstrating their ongoing success. 

Since 2010, Peppermint has been disrupting the legal software market by bringing law firms their unique cloud based solution, Peppermint CX. Their offering brings together all the applications, transactions, collaboration and content tools required to run a high performing legal business.

Collecting the award on the night was Chris Doran, Director of Professional Services and Rich Mephan, Director of Research and Development.  Rich Mephan commented,

‘The prevalence of how many businesses are achieving growth through the development of Cloud based applications should not be underestimated. The UK Fast 50 is total proof that the future is Cloud.’

Speaking about the win, Founder & CEO of Peppermint,  Arlene Adams said that it was,

‘a very proud moment for Peppermint to be in Fast 50 tech two years in a row. Thanks to all our staff, clients and supporters along the way’.

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