JustCall Ranked 5th Fastest-Growing Technology Company in Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India 2019

Attributes its 1367% Percent Revenue Growth to laser focus on customer support and integrations with business tools.

BANGALORE, India - Dec. 3, 2019 - PRLog -- JustCall, a cloud phone system, today announced that it ranked Number 5 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India 2019, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in India. Rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over three years. JustCall grew 1367% percent during this period.

JustCall CEO, Gaurav Sharma, credits 2,000+ customers & amazing team with the company's 1367%  revenue growth over the past three years. He said, "We knew that we have grown at a great pace in the last 3 years but never expected that we will make it to top 5 in the list. This is will motivate our team to put in more hard work & dedication to make our customers happier."

"Making the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India ranking is a testament to a company's commitment to technology," Rajiv Sundar, Program Director - Technology Fast 50 India 2019 and Partner, Deloitte India. "With its 1,367% growth rate over three years, JustCall has proven that its leadership has the vision, determination, and ability to adapt and grow in a fast-changing environment."

Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India program selection and qualifications

The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India program, which was launched in 2005, is conducted by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP (DTTILLP), and is part of a truly integrated Asia Pacific program recognising the India's fastest-growing and most dynamic technology businesses (public and private) and includes all areas of technology - from internet to biotechnology, from medical and scientific to computers/hardware.

The program recognizes the fastest-growing technology companies in India based on their percentage revenue growth over the past three financial years.

About SaaS Labs (JustCall)

SaaS Labs is a digital product company where we build B2B products for businesses around the world. Through our portfolio of different products, we serve over 100,000 businesses in 40+ countries every day. Some of our leading products are JustCall (cloud telephony & automation software), CallRoot (inbound call tracking software), Autodialer and Helpwise (a shared inbox software for team emails). Our team is spread across India, the Philippines, and US.

About Deloitte

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