Cloudhouse named 13th in Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50

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November 20, 2020 – Cloudhouse Technologies, the leader in application compatibility packaging, has been named 13th in the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50, the highly-regarded list of Britain’s fastest-growing technology companies.

The ranking salutes Cloudhouse’s rapid growth as the leading solution to the challenges of migrating legacy applications onto modern Windows operating systems, preventing application compatibility issues from hindering transformation, consolidation and cloud-migration for hundreds of the world’s largest enterprises.

Created to acclaim the UK’s most dynamic technology companies, the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 awards a ranking based on revenue growth over the last four years. Now in its twenty-third year, the Fast 50 is about growth driven by leading intellectual property and is a celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship.

“We are extremely proud to be recognised in this prestigious listing alongside some incredible, innovative companies,” said Cloudhouse founder and CEO, Mat Clothier. “Our growth is built on the development of a series of strategic relationships and our solution’s unique ability to drive legacy application migration to the cloud. This success would not be possible without the commitment and talent of our brilliant team to which I’d like to say a huge thank you.”

Founded in 2010, Cloudhouse pioneered application compatibility packaging, developing and licensing a world-class solution and supporting service. Its success has made the company a Preferred Partner with Amazon Web Services (AWS) for the End-of-Support Migration Program (EMP) for Windows server, as well as achieving approved partner status in the Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) program. The latter enables customers to bring all Windows applications to Azure.

“With the exponential growth in enterprises leveraging the speed and flexibility of the cloud, our solution is more relevant than ever, as it becomes critical to migrate business-critical legacy applications without having to spend money recoding, upgrading or refactoring,” said Clothier.

The UK Technology Fast 50 is one of Britain’s foremost technology awards schemes and is part of an international programme run by Deloitte. Qualifying UK entrants will be put forward to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) awards along with entrants from other national programmes run by Deloitte in the EMEA region.


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About the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50
The Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 is one of the UK’s foremost technology award programmes. Now in its 23rd year, it is a ranking of the country’s 50 fastest-growing technology companies, based on revenue growth over the last four years. The UK Fast 50 awards are all about growth driven by leading intellectual property and are a celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship. The UK Technology Fast 50 is part of an international
programme run by Deloitte and qualifying entrants of the UK Fast 50 will be put forward to the Deloitte
Technology Fast 500 EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) programme. Previous winners have come from
7 across the UK, are both large and small, and included some of the most dynamic players in all areas of
technology, from internet specialists to biotech, digital media technology to life sciences, computers to
semiconductors and software to telecommunications.

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    How much does Cloudhouse cost? Down Arrow

    Cloudhouse costs are split into two elements – the licensing required to deploy application compatibility packages, and the professional services needed to create the application compatibility packages.

    Licensing is offered on a per user basis for desktop applications and a per server basis for server applications. There are discounts available based on volumes.

    Professional Services costs are dependent on the nature and complexity of the application. We quote a cost for packaging once we have been able to see the application, or portfolio of applications.

    Contact us here with your requirements and we will provide you with a quote.

    Packaging and Maintaining Applications
    Who is responsible for packaging desktop and server applications? Down Arrow

    Cloudhouse provide the Professional Services to package applications.

    Requirements for Test and Development Down Arrow

    Cloudhouse recommend packaged applications are tested in the standard UAT environments used for natively installed applications, or applications packaged in App-V. The more representative the test environment is of the live environment, the greater the chance of finding any issues prior to go-live.

    Updating Applications Down Arrow

    Service packs and updates can be applied to the applications in a package using the Editor, refer to Updating, Editing and Maintaining Containers which describes how a new snapshot is created for the update, and how it is then applied to the package.

    Who manages Cloudhouse operationally within an account? Down Arrow

    Cloudhouse recommends the same team who manage the operations of native apps.

    Automation and Deployment Down Arrow

    Applications running in Application Compatibility Packages can be deployed, and managed with same tools, or scripts used to deploy natively installed applications e.g. SCCM, InTune, LAN Desk. Please refer to Supported 3rd Party Products and Versions for details.

    How do we know which of our departments/ teams should support the Package? Down Arrow

    The Cloudhouse Package does not include OS components, it only contains the packaged application plus Cloudhouse components. Cloudhouse recommend the same team that is responsible for supporting applications packaged with App-V, or delivered as natively installed applications, support Cloudhouse Application Compatibility Containers.

    Documentation for Service Desk & Service Management Down Arrow

    Full documentation is made available to Cloudhouse partners and customers as required.

    Do Cloudhouse provide training? Down Arrow

    Cloudhouse offers a full packaging service that can scale to meet any requirement. In the event, however, that a partner wishes to offer application compatibility packaging as part of a wider solution, Cloudhouse will work with that partner. Please contact us here for details.