Accelerate Tech Places 3rd in the CRN Fast50

Accelerate Tech’s Remarkable Achievement in the 2023 CRN Australia Fast50

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ccelerate Tech, a specialist in Microsoft Power Platform, Dynamics 365, and Azure, has made an impressive mark by placing third in the 2023 CRN Australia Fast50 rankings. This notable accomplishment comes amidst a challenging financial year for the IT industry, where the Fast50 companies showcased an average revenue growth of 79 percent.

Accelerate Tech’s success story includes significant Power Platform Centre of Excellence wins with large New South Wales and Queensland state government bodies. The company has been instrumental in developing Queensland government’s internal OpenAI chat capabilities. Another feather in their cap is the launch of the first instance of Microsoft Sustainability Manager in ANZ for Arnott’s Australia. This forward-thinking approach led to a more than triple increase in their revenue, reaching $3.6 million in FY22-23.

The 2023 CRN Australia Fast50, powered by Macquarie Bank and sponsored by several key industry players, celebrates the fastest-growing IT and digital services providers in Australia. Accelerate Tech’s achievement in this prestigious list underlines their expertise and growth in a highly competitive sector, setting them apart as a leader in technology solutions and strategic consulting.


As we celebrate this milestone, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to our dedicated team, whose relentless pursuit of excellence and innovation has been the cornerstone of our success. Our clients, who have placed their trust in us, are integral to our journey, and we are deeply thankful for their continued support. A special mention goes to our partners, particularly Microsoft, for their invaluable collaboration and support, which has been pivotal in achieving such outstanding results. This recognition in the CRN Australia Fast50 is not just ours but a shared success with everyone who has been part of our journey.


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