Riding high on its spectacular performance during the past five years, HIRO Media, the proud providers of video advertising online and content syndication services and technology for content owners, has achieved the number 7 spot on the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA of 2014.
That is no small feat, considering that it means the rapidly-growing technology company has reached a growth of 22219 percent in revenues during the five-year period commencing 2009.
Partnering with Integral Ad Science (which is accredited by the Media Rating Council), HIRO offers a platform for integrated certified brand-safety and a video monetization platform. HIRO has also emerged as one of the frontline firms to adhere to the MRC-proposed measurement guidelines for viewable impressions.
Thanks to its video-distribution and monetization platform and network of more than 150,000 sites, the Tel Aviv-headquartered technology firm streamlines video syndication by serving about 5 billion video ads per month.
Commenting on HIRO’s gigantic show in terms of revenue growth, Ariel Napchi, the company’s CEO, said that the latest ranking achieved on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA highlighted its casual viewership platform strength. In addition to that, it also underlined the company’s commitment to deliver the best services to its wide network of clients.
Napchi said that the year 2014 turned out to be very exciting for HIRO. Attributing HIRO’s resounding success that led to the record revenue growth to its commitment to innovation, David Halstead, Deloitte UK and partner in charge of the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA program, said the company was contributing in a big way to take the industry to a whole new level.
The 22219 percent growth rate achieved over the last five years, Halstead noted, vindicated the vision of the leadership, which was determined to lead the firm on the path of growth, despite the stiff competition prevailing in the market. It shows that HIRO media has what it takes to grow and succeed in this competitive market.
Along with finishing 7th in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA rankings, HIRO also ranked 4th in Israel’s 2014 Deloitte Technology Fast 50. The Technology Fast 500 requires that all businesses that enter have operating revenues of €50,000 in their base year and have operating revenues in their current year that surpass €800,000. It is the most objective rankings currently available, and covers small, medium and large businesses in both the public and the private sector.