SpamExperts Place 167th in Deloitte’s Top 500 EMEA Awards

SpamExperts Place 167th in Deloitte's Top 500 EMEA Awards (Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – SpamExperts, the leading provider of professional email security solutions from Amsterdam, today announces it was ranked amongst the top 200 (place 167) fastest growing companies in Europe, Middle East and Africa, in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 program.

SpamExperts is leading the future of email security services market through its proprietary email filtering and archiving gateway solutions, meant to help webhosting providers and enterprises run their operations smoothly and combat any email related threats.

Other recent accolades also include winning the Cloud Champion Award during the Main Software Top 50 organized by venture capitalist Main Capital Partners and placing on position no. 26 in the 2013 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 for company growth in the Benelux.

Being named one of the top 200 fastest growing companies in Europe, Middle East and Africa by such a top-tier organization is a true honor and a reward for the hard work of our team of excellent professionals,” said Sam Renkema, CEO and co-founder of SpamExperts. “We are deeply committed to continue to deliver the best email security technologies and gain the success of our customers.”

Now in its 13th year, the annual Deloitte Technology Fast 500 program ranks the fastest growing public and private technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, and clean technology companies from 24 countries in the EMEA region, based on percentage revenue growth over a 5-year period. For the full list of nominees, visit: Technology Fast 500 EMEA 2013 Winners.

About SpamExperts

SpamExperts’ solutions are tailored to webhosts and enterprises. They offer inbound & outbound email filter services, as well as email archiving. Any desired combination of these different services can be selected. The services can run either within the redundant SpamExperts “Hosted Cloud” or on a ”Local Cloud” directly deployed on the customer’s (virtual) hardware. For more info, please visit