On 27 september 2022, the Roeselare-based scale-up found out that they had been nominated for Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 for the third year in a row. This ranking honours Belgium’s 50 fastest-growing Fintech companies and is based on the percentage revenue growth over the last four years.
Last year, BrightAnalytics already achieved a nice growth rate of 235,77 but this year they did even better. Their growth rate was now 303 per cent. “We keep growing and have already been nominated three years in a row, so we definitely want to strive for more,” explain Lode Bogaert, Merijn Demuynck and Olivier Seynhaeve, the three founders of BrightAnalytics. “In addition, we are also the only reporting platform that was nominated this year, so we are really proud of that,” they add. The win was for Loop Earplugs, a BrightAnalytics customer!
The third nomination in a row and an increasing growth rate compared to last year show that the company continues to make strides and is being rewarded for its growth and developments in recent years. BrightAnalytics is active in Belgium and the Netherlands and is also growing in the Nordics, resulting in an expansion of their Stockholm office. As the Bright Team doubled in size in the last year, the company expanded and bought a second floor at their headquarters in Roeselare. “And we are not planning on slowing down anytime soon. On to the fourth nomination in a row!”, add Lode, Merijn and Olivier.
BrightAnalytics is a Roeselare-based scale-up that developed an online platform for financial and operational reporting. The Bright software connects with over 150 different software packages, bundles these data and converts them into clear and intuitive management reports. This ensures that companies get clear insights into their data, enabling them to make targeted decisions when it comes to sales, cash and marketing, among other areas.
In 2014, Lode Bogaert, Merijn Demuynck and Olivier Seynhaeve co-founded BrightAnalytics. Today, the company not only operates in Belgium, but the West Flanders-based Fintech already crossed the border to the Nordics as well. A logical step in their growth story. Where to next?