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Romania ranks second in Deloitte CE Technology Fast 50

Romanian companies ranked second within Deloitte CE Technology Fast 50 in 2015, after Poland, with ten entries included in the top of the most dynamic growth rates in technology, in terms of revenues registered in the past four years.

2015-10-30 13:49:04

Compared to the 18 Romanian companies included in 2014, this year brought 29 entries for Romania, out of which ten have been ranked in Fast 50 (compared to six in 2014) and also it scored the leader of Big 5 category. For 2015 edition, the top took into account the revenues for 2011-2014, with an average growth of 544 per cent for the Romanian companies included in Fast 50.

Eight Romanian companies of total companies included in the top are new entries and, compared to last year, this year brought new entries from software. Five of the companies included in Fast 50 have offices in Bucharest, two are located in Cluj-Napoca, and the rest are from Iasi, Sibiu, Timisoara and Baia Mare. According to Alina Mirea, partner Deloitte Romania and the local manager of Fast 50 project, the Romanian companies and entrepreneurs are starting to develop a local community that Deloitte plans to supports and to enable recurrent meetings and know-how transfer.

The largest growth has been registered by ZebraPay company in Bucharest, with a growth of 998 per cent, ranking sixth in the regional top. The ITNT company in Sibiu is at its second presence in Fast 50, after last year scored the regional leader of this section. This year, ITNT scored 933 per cent growth. Insoft Development&Consulting is another company included in the top, with the leading position for Big 5 and fifteenth position for Fast 50, being also a new-entry, with a growth of 577 per cent. Teamnet keeps the presence in Big 5 but downs one position compared to last year, on the forth place, and a growth rate of 127 per cent. Other Romanian companies that have made it to the top are Astinvest, Insoft Development & Consulting, Piconet and Geskimo.



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