Mission Places on Deloitte’s 26th Annual Fast 50 Ranking of Technology Companies

Montreal – 8 November 2023

Mission – a technology company focused on helping companies hire and train individual or teams of senior product managers and software engineers – is pleased to be listed among the winners of the Deloitte Fast 50 Technology program. This category is a ranking of Canada’s fastest-growing technology, media, and telecommunications companies by revenue-growth percentage over the last four years. Mission is proud to have earned its spot of 34 with a four-year revenue growth of 525%.

The Montreal based company, which was founded in 2019, is committed to helping companies build software better, through its private vetted network of senior-level software engineers & product builders who are supported by a powerful proprietary insights platform and a tight-knit community of peers.

“To be selected for Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 winner’s list is a testament to our consistent investment in the personal and professional growth of the engineers and product builders in our expanding network. To achieve this great milestone, even at a time where difficult macroeconomic conditions are impacting our industry, is something we are all very proud of.”, said Stephane Rossi, Co-Founder & CEO, Mission.

As reflected by its impressive growth, Mission continues to capture the attention of forward thinking technology leaders with its innovative insights platform. In addition to connecting clients to a private network of vetted, high-performing software engineers, they support software teams with Signal, a platform that enables engineering managers to understand the health and impact of their team.

“As we’ve scaled Mission in the last 3 years, we noticed a gap in the market for a platform that would not just help connect engineering talent to companies, but equally importantly, also provide actionable insights to both companies and software engineers so they could reflect on and improve their performance over time.” said Gabriel Sundaram, Co-Founder & COO, Mission.

“What’s always propelled us was this goal of providing real solutions to the problems we’ve faced building software ourselves, and based on the feedback from our network, who clearly expressed professional development was a top priority. It makes sense: the best want to get better.

“To grow as we have, and to be recognized for it by the Fast 50 program, is to say to us that we’re on the right track. While we can never rest on what we’ve accomplished, as we believe there’s always something to improve and take engineering to new heights, it’s important to appreciate the acknowledgement that our hard work so far is paying off.”

“To our entire network and everyone who makes Mission the ever-growing company it is, we thank you.” said Stephane Rossi, Co-Founder & CEO, Mission.

Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50TM program celebrates innovation, rapid revenue growth, entrepreneurial spirit, and the world-class achievements of the Canadian technology industry. To qualify, companies had to complete an in-depth application process and be able to fulfill a number of performance based requirements.

“With their bold vision for the future, impactful technologies, competitive drive, and passion for pushing the boundaries, these companies are paving the way as catalysts in their respective sectors—delivering growth and value to the Canadian economy both at home and beyond. It is truly inspiring to see how they not only improve today’s world, but also shape tomorrow’s,” says Anders McKenzie, partner, and national leader for the Technology Fast 50 program at Deloitte Canada.


Mission is a leading platform designed to help companies access high-quality talent. With Mission, you’ll get access to on-demand senior-level software engineering & product talent in two weeks or less. Our platform allows you to stay informed through the entire build, with team leadership using key metrics to keep the mission on track and empower the team to do their best work.

Mission was founded in Montreal, Canada in 2019. Over 3000 global users trust the Mission platform, and it has helped companies such as Ubisoft,, Mural, and Rachio build software better. To learn more, visit: