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CRN Fast50 Awards

After 12 strong years, the CRN Fast50 maintains its reputation as an esteemed industry award acknowledging the fastest growing companies in the Australian IT channel based on year-on-year revenue growth.

This year ICT Networks came in at 24th place – a recognition of the company’s continued double-digit YoY growth in a highly competitive sector, amid a very difficult year for the team after the sudden loss of their CEO.

ICT Networks was also privileged to receive the momentous “All Stars” award which recognises companies that have made 5 or more appearances in the CRN Fast50.

About ICT Networks

Based in Sydney, ICT Networks is the best kept secret for some of the biggest names in enterprise, broadcast, banking, telco and internet service providers, and the public sector.

The company designs, builds and manages forward-looking networks that are fit-for-purpose and engineered for maximum efficiency, simplicity and security. It’s highly experienced team boasts deep networking expertise, and is an Elite Partner of world-renowned network infrastructure vendor, Juniper Networks.

Sadly this year, the company lost a beloved member of the ICT Networks family: CEO, Rob Kingma. Rob was highly respected in the ICT community, with a brilliant business mind and a talent for inspiring and mentoring those who were lucky enough to work with him.

As the company steps forward into a new era, ICT Networks’ Director Mitch Barr says their continued expansion and impressive growth is testament to the efforts of Rob and the whole ICT Networks team.

“I’m so proud of the level of service we deliver and the culture we have built at ICT Networks over the past 11 years. We have an exceptional customer and staff retention rate because people love working with us and for us, and we feel the same about working with them.

“As we continue on the ICT Networks journey, we are proud to be doing it in Rob’s honour and in tribute to his vision.”

In great company

The CRN Fast50 recognises excellence in managed service, consulting, software development, networking, security, integration, infrastructure, data centre and telecommunications companies in Australia.

Award winners range from startups to established industry leaders.

See the full list of winners for 2020.