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Xalient Named in The Sunday Times Hundred For Second Consecutive Year

  • Xalient ranked 92nd in the Sunday Times Hundred 2023
  • For two consecutive years Xalient has ranked in The Sunday Times Hundred
  • Xalient ranks alongside companies such as ES Global, Freemarket and Vuba

Secure network transformation specialist Xalient today announced that it was ranked 92nd in The Sunday Times Hundred list for 2023, which recognises Britain’s fastest-growing private companies. This is the second consecutive year that Xalient has appeared in the rankings.

In producing the rankings, the Sunday Times aims to identify independent companies with sustained growth, that are profitable, have been creating jobs, and show every sign of continuing to grow. Xalient was recognised along with other companies such as ES Global, Freemarket and Vuba

 The list order and placement are numerically driven, with companies listed in relation to their compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in sales over the last two financial years. Additionally, to qualify companies must be independent, privately-owned, and UK headquartered.

Commenting on the accolade Xalient CEO and Founder, Sherry Vaswani, said: “We are extremely proud to be recognised by The Sunday Times for the second consecutive year. We started the business after identifying a gap in the secure networking technology space. With a clear vision and purpose, I am proud it has come to fruition and to represent tech companies and women-led companies, both of which form small segments within the list, the latter an area I’m very passionate about championing. With global household brands such as Kellogg’s, Keurig Dr Pepper and WPP among our customers and around half our business today coming from the USA, we are excited to continue our journey.”

This accolade comes off the back of many other significant recognitions achieved this year, with Xalient listed among 40 Best Employers in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work in May 2023 and also ranked 45th in The Independent E2E Tech 100 list.  Additionally, Xalient was named among Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2023 by the Financial Times and Statista for the second consecutive year.  For further information please go to

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About Xalient

Xalient addresses the challenges large global enterprises face around networking and security. Headquartered in the UK and with offices in the USA, Xalient counts Kellogg’s, Hamley’s, WPP and Keurig Dr Pepper among its clients. It was established eight years ago to disrupt the traditional markets for secure networking, taking advantage of the huge shift to cloud technology that has created high demand for flexible, cost-effective global connectivity and protection against increasingly complex cyber threats.  Combining transformative, software-defined network, security, and communication technologies with intelligent managed services with its AIOps Platform – Martina – and driving Zero Trust initiatives that keep the world’s largest brands more resilient, adaptable and responsive to change.

Xalient was named among Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2023 by Financial Times and Statista for the second year running.

Xalient positioned #19 in the inaugural FEBE Growth 100, which recognises and ranks the UK’s fastest growing private businesses


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