01 Jan 2021

Future Unicorn Award nominee: SwiftComply

Future Unicorn Award 2021

SwiftComply provide digital transformation solutions for water and wastewater authorities.

Their online platform delivers value to three distinct stakeholders:
1. Regulators leverage our platform to track, manage and communicate with regulated businesses within their jurisdiction.
2. Regulated businesses (such as restaurants) get notified when a mandatory compliance activity is due, get access to an online directory of trusted (certified)suppliers and can manage the compliance process online.
3. Suppliers showcase their business online, connect with new customers, manage contracts and share compliance reports online.

Learn more about SwiftComply

What is the one thing you owe your success to?

“The one thing we owe our success to is our unique approach of connecting key stakeholders while also breaking down silos: through SwiftComply, food service businesses, regulators and trusted suppliers can all use a single digital ecosystem to engage in a meaningful, uncomplicated way. The industries built around utility services yearn for smart solutions that can facilitate their work, and we believe SwiftComply have been able to provide them with that.”


To learn more about SwiftComply, visit their website

About the Future Unicorn Award

  • The Future Unicorn Award aims to highlight innovative start-ups and scale-ups that have the potential to become Europe’s next unicorns. The award is compiled by asking all the national trade associations affiliated with DIGITALEUROPE to nominate a single SME from their country. This results in a truly pan-European selection of incredible digital companies from all sectors.

    The award will be delivered at our flagship event, Masters of Digital on 4 February.

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