Signals Analytics Ranks 34th in Israel on the 2015 Deloitte Technology Fast 50™ List

Deloitte cites Signals Analytics’ 179% growth rate for inclusion on the list.


 
NEW YORK, November 10, 2015Signals Analytics, a data analytics company that delivers intelligence and insights to Fortune 500 companies to support product development strategy, today announced it has ranked 34th on the 2015 Deloitte Technology Fast 50™ list due to its 179% growth rate. The list annually recognizes and honors the 50 private and publicly held fastest growing technology companies in Israel, based on percentage revenue growth over a four-year period.
 
 

Signals Analytics’ spectacular growth is attributable to the company’s ability to support corporate decision-makers by transforming ‘big data’ into actionable insights and analytics for strategic commercial decisions. This intelligence is powered by Signals Playbook™, an intelligence platform that can quickly transform multiple external data and unstructured data sources covering consumers, markets, and technologies into tangible insights for growing brand footprints, innovating new products, rejuvenating underperforming ones, as well as many other new product innovation applications. 

 
 
Signals Analytics is gratified to receive this recognition of our growth, which comes as a direct result of our clients’ endorsement of our insight and analytics capabilities
We saw a need to provide business decision-makers with a big data analytics solution that was designed for their strategic business decisions, and made data science something immediately actionable
— Gil Sadeh, CEO and co-Founder of Signals Analytics
Making it on the Technology fast 50 proves a deep understanding of the market
— Tal Chen partner in charge of the Deloitte Israel Technology Fast 50 Program
 

About Signals Analytics

Signals Analytics is an Israeli company that specializes in new product development innovation, bringing the best practices of military intelligence and powerful data analytics to businesses around the globe. Signals Analytics works with over fifty Fortune 1,000 companies worldwide, and key customers include Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, and PepsiCo.

By constantly collecting, analyzing and connecting disparate external data sources, Signals Analytics' intelligence platform provides critical, business insights to decision makers quickly, identifying (among other things): unmet needs, competitor activity, innovative technology and materials, and more. In a corporate world still heavily reliant on slow, outdated methods to inform product innovation, this actionable intelligence offers a significant advantage to enhance a product’s success in the market.

For more information, visit http://www.signals-analytics.com

 
 

About Deloitte's Technology Fast 50

The Deloitte Technology Fast 50, one of Israel's foremost technology award programs, ranks the country's fastest-growing technology companies based on their growth percentage over the last four years. The Fast 50 program honors business growth and technological innovation as well as Israeli entrepreneurial spirit. The "Technology Fast 50" is part of a national and international program run by Deloitte. Qualified entrants of Israel's Fast 50 program will be promoted to the "EMEA Fast 500" (Europe, Middle East& Africa), and for the first time ever, to Deloitte's Global Technology Fast 100 competition.


Complete Fast 50 list on Deloitte.com

 
 

Written by Anna Stone

Anna Stone is the Director of Corporate Marketing at Signals Analytics, a Decision Science as a Service company, that enables global organizations to continuously experience the “aha moment” through Signals Playbook™, a cloud-based analytical intelligence platform that transforms the world’s unconnected data into actionable insights to enhance customer experience, optimize product portfolio health and propel innovation. where she relishes in the excitement and challenge of telling the story of data analytics. A New York native, Anna relocated to Tel Aviv after completing her Masters in International Business & Politics at the Fletcher School at Tufts. Her marketing and communications experience include time spent at Waggener Edstrom & The Clinton Foundation. She holds a BA in Philosophy from Dartmouth College.