Edegem, 17 March 2021 - IT specialist Cheops has been nominated for the eleventh time in a row for a Trends Gazelle, a recognition of the company’s success and growth. For this eleventh nomination, Cheops highlights in particular its strong focus on hot topics such as the Modern Workplace, Cloud and Cybersecurity.
In 2021, Cheops is once again on the prestigious list of Trends Gazelles, selected by the editors of the business magazine Trends. These are the fastest growing companies in terms of turnover, staff and added value. The nomination is, for the eleventh time, a wonderful recognition of Cheops as one of the 100 fastest growing companies.
Cheops focuses mainly on medium-sized and large companies and has the necessary scale to provide these companies with the premium services they need.
Filip Goos, CEO of Cheops: “We give our customers access to a professional IT platform that is normally only reserved for the largest companies, which is unique in Belgium. Of course, there are also large international groups with a similar cloud infrastructure, but this is usually located abroad. However, we find that companies prefer to keep their data in their own country.”
Need for specialist knowledge
Cheops owes its success to the strategy it has pursued for many years. The company thinks in terms of the customer’s business and the specific situation.
Today, more than ever, companies need a partner with specialist knowledge to help them in setting up, managing and securing their IT. To this end, cybersecurity is an absolute top priority for most organisations.
Helping to increase digital resilience
The complexity and speed of change continues to increase. As a result, there is a great demand for Managed Services Providers (MSP) who can handle both proactive management and security. They make the right IT experts available, so that customers can focus on their core business.
“This eleventh nomination in a row is a real boost for all Cheops employees, who work hard every day to give our customers a head start in a world that is digitalising ever faster,” concludes Filip Goos.