Barclay Communications makes Deloitte Technology Fast 50

Barclay Communications makes Deloitte Technology Fast 50



October 23, 2017

Belfast-based Barclay Communications has been recognised in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 rankings for the second year running.

The list recognises Barclay Communications one of the fifty fastest growing technology companies in Ireland.

Despite the recession the company recruited 70 more staff in 2017 and established IT Services and Technical Support departments.

In April it gained a potential £16m boost to turnover through a deal to takeover the management of O2’s Northern Ireland based SME clients.

Barclay Communications now hopes to increase its turnover to £70m over five years, and develop new converged products and applications.

Earlier this month the company was named Northern Ireland’s Business of the Year in the Northern Ireland heat of this year’s British Chambers of Commerce Awards.

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