Intuo by Unit4, a fast-growing Talent Enablement solution provider, has been announced as a Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 nominee and one of the fastest growing tech companies in Belgium. The Fast 50 award will be presented in Brussels on 14 November. Intuo was already nominated in the category Rising Star in 2016.
Intuo offers an integrated talent enablement platform that provides an alternative to traditional annual appraisals and engagement surveys, by supporting continuous conversations and in the moment performance management. Intuo has experienced rapid growth since it was established in 2013, more than doubling the business year on year with customers including USG, Lifefitness, Keyrus, Tobania and BMW. Intuo was acquired by Unit4 in March this year.
“After our nomination as Rising Star in 2016, we have made good progress the past years. The nomination shows that we are on the right track and continue to grow."Tim Clauwaert, CEO of Intuo by Unit4
Tim Clauwaert, CEO of Intuo by Unit4 said:
“After our nomination as Rising Star in 2016, we have made good progress the past years. The nomination shows that we are on the right track and continue to grow. Under Unit4, we hope to show even more of our added value in the field of HR and strategic talent enablement in the coming years”.
About Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50
The Technology Fast 50 is an annual selection of the 50 fastest growing and innovative tech companies headquartered and founded in Belgium. Public or private companies who develop a technology related product or service and who have experienced substantial revenue growth over the last four years can be nominated as one of the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in Belgium.