Nexacu make the 2019 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 October 28, 2019 Nexacu recognised for next level growth We are excited to announce that Nexacu has been named in the 2019 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 winner’s circle. Nexacu, a Microsoft Gold and Learning Partner, has been creating and delivering skilled end user tech training for the past 6 years. Nexacu Co-founder and Managing Director Paul Panebianco is thrilled with the result. “This award reflects the hard work and effort we have devoted to providing our customers with the best training in the market.” Paul said. The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 program has been running since 2000 and recognises the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Australia. Nexacu joins the prestigious circle of previous inductees such as Afterpay and Youfoodz. “It’s a huge compliment to be honoured with this award and to be part of this elite group. It’s something that we are really proud of. It shows that we have created a strong reputation and is a credit to our great staff and high-quality courses.” Paul added. Nexacu recently completed a rebranding effort to align the business’s image with the innovative and high-quality service it has become known for. Anita Panebianco, Nexacu Co-founder and Chief Operations Officer said: “With the transition from Excel Consulting to Nexacu complete, we are looking forward to the next stage of our journey. We are excited to have a pipeline of new courses for next year to keep pace with rapidly changing technology and our customers’ growing needs. We have come a long way since our beginnings as a small Brisbane-based consultancy and this award is an inspiration to keep getting better at what we do.” Nexacu delivers tech skills training at their venues located in all major capital CBDs, alternatively we can come to your place or we can provide online options. Nexacu specialises in providing students with practical skills they can immediately take back into the workplace. With dedicated researchers and in-house course writers Nexacu continually develop courses focusing on Microsoft Office 365, Power BI, PowerApps, Microsoft Teams and SharePoint Online. The final ranking and category winners will be announced at the awards night, held at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art on November 20.