Nuremberg, 19 November 2021 – Yesterday, Deloitte presented abl social federation GmbH (abl) with the Technology Fast 50 Award. For the second time in a row, the Nuremberg scale-up can look forward to this coveted award. After a growth of 278,23% in 2020, with a growth rate of 323,68% in 2021 the full managed-service provider was again one of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 in 2021.
abl social federation GmbH is one of Germany's fastest growing technology companies
Award-winning technology / OCMP – Good Insights for better business actions
With the award, Deloitte honors the 50 growth champions in the tech industry, based on their percentage revenue growth over the past four fiscal years. Within this period, abl was able to achieve growth of 323,68 percent. Decisive for this success was the self-developed technology, the Omni-Channel-Management-Platform. The patented OCMP developed by the Nuremberg-based company offers its customers the opportunity to learn more about the effectiveness of their campaigns. True to the motto "better decision through better insights", the OCMP scores with Cisco-based hardware and the extremely user-friendly interface. Particularly valuable is the Analytics Section, which offers a better representation of the insights, i.e. the relevant figures, with a newly revised dashboard and extended graphics. In this way, the operator can evaluate the success of his campaign and optimize it – a real plus for all WiFi business drivers. The evaluated data enables the targeted approach of consumers with selected messages. The WLAN networks with their own content or advertising during login can offer additional added value, which enables the abl partners to successfully re-monetize. In this way, the provider's costs are redistributed through paid advertising messages.
"The renewed award of the Fast 50 Award will support us in driving digital growth forward with all our strength, in further strengthening Germany as a tech location and also in thinking outside the box," says Benjamin Akinci, CEO and Founder of abl, about the award. "While digital technologies were still only nice-to-have a few years ago, a completely different picture is now becoming clear: Digital technologies are now an integral part of the majority of companies, because they make companies fit for the future and provide them with innovative means to successfully master the challenges of our time," says Dr. Andreas Gentner, Partner and Industry Lead Technology, Media and Telecommunications at Deloitte, and further: "With their products and services, the winners show how innovation and entrepreneurial success can be combined. Their success makes us optimistic for Germany as a tech location."