HeleCloud: annual turnover forecasted to more than quadruple YoY in 2018

The company marks fourfold growth of its workforce compared to 2017

HeleCloud, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) specialist technology consultancy and managed services provider, has been growing and developing capabilities remarkably fast. For the two years since its establishment, the company is a strong contender to be among Europe’s leading providers of Cloud services, professional and managed services.

HeleCloud in numbers

  • The expected turnover for 2018 is more than four times compared to 2017.

  • Since the beginning of 2018 HeleCloud, has hired 42 people, with plans to grow to 60 by the end of the year. Employee headcount has quadrupled compared to the previous year.

  • The company counts more than 40 organisations as its clients and partners and its team has worked on 35 projects.

  • HeleCloud operates from 2 locations (London and Sofia) and has customers in 6 countries in EMEA, as well as in the US.

HeleCloud has had a demanding, exciting, and rewarding journey since we started in 2016. Throughout the last two years, we’ve transformed more than 40 customers and partners and helped them establish Cloud foundations. Whilst aiding them to build upon the applications and systems to make their businesses more successful and competitive. We’ve attracted some of the top talents in Europe, and become one of the fastest-growing Cloud SIs and Managed Services Providers in Europe, and globally.”, states Dobromir Todorov, CEO at HeleCloud.

HeleCloud’s clients include companies like ViberEndelNEX Group and Zopa. The company has delivered projects in the financial, telecommunication and government sector.

“HeleCloud have been a competent, flexible, and trusted partner to Viber, and we recommend their services to other organisations that are looking to raise the security bar for their Cloud systems”, shares Amir Ish-Shalom, Viber Chief Architect.

In October HeleCloud announced an investment of £2m by the leading fund BGF. The fund is supported by major banks, including Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds, RBS and Standard Chartered.