FT names Pulsar’s parent company one of Europe’s fastest growing companies
Pulsar parent company Access Intelligence has been recognized as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies in the FT 1000. The yearly ranking identifies the top 1,000 companies in Europe that have achieved the highest percentage growth in revenues, based on research by the Financial Times and German data platform Statista.
Access Intelligence is an AIM-listed tech innovator, delivering high quality SaaS products that address the fundamental business needs of clients in the marketing and communications industries.
“Understanding audiences has become essential for organisations across industries and geographies: we’re seeing that need grow every day, as more and more of our clients put media insights, reputation and audience intelligence at the center of their strategy” said Joanna Arnold, CEO of Access Intelligence.
The group powers the world’s most relevant brands across regions and industries: with over 6,000 clients worldwide, Access Intelligence helps clients like Apple, Coca-Cola, Twitter, The Guardian, HSBC, and Jaguar understand their audiences and monitor the media landscape.
Besides Pulsar, the evolving Access Intelligence portfolio includes Isentia, the market-leading media monitoring, intelligence and insights solution provider; Vuelio, which provides monitoring, insight, engagement and evaluation tools for politics, editorial and social media in one place; and ResponseSource, the network that connects journalists and influencers to the PR and communications industry.