Accesa made the FT 1000 list of Europe’s fastest-growing companies
Accesa entered the 2018 edition of the Top 1000 European companies ranked by the highest rapid growth rate of business, according to the British Financial Times.
We are proud to share another international recognition for the evolution and growth of our company.
The FT 1000 lists companies from 31 European countries that have achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2013 and 2016. Technology remains the best represented sector, with 155 companies contributing to the list.
Accesa entered the 2018 edition of the Top 1000 European companies ranked by the highest rapid growth rate of business, according to the British Financial Times and the American portal Statista.com. See the full report here: https://ig.ft.com/ft-1000/2018/
With a revenue growth of 243% between 2013-2016, a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 50.8%, a revenue of 3.6 mil € in 2016, Accesa is ranked the third among the four IT companies from Romania to have made it on the FT 1000 list of fastest growing companies.
Building on great success
This ranking brings yet another international recognition for the evolution that Accesa has experienced in the last 3 years. Just a couple of months ago, we were recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing businesses in Europe, being included into the 2018 Inc. 5000 Europe list.
As an IT services provider and a people-oriented company, we know that our most valuable asset pushing us forward are the people of Accesa. Driven by our culture of freedom and passion for IT, we strive for the success of our people and partners. Together, we’re on a mission to accelerate the digital transformation of businesses through an agile and innovative approach based on long-term partnerships.
FT 1000 Methodology
The FT 1000: Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies is a list of the Top 1000 companies in Europe that have achieved the highest percentage growth in revenues between 2013 and 2016.
Through research based on company databases and other public sources, Statista has identified tens of thousands of companies in Europe as potential candidates for the FT 1000 ranking. The application phase ran from 1st of November 2017 to 31st of January 2018. The submitted revenue figures had to be certified by the CFO, CEO or a member of the Executive Committee of the company.
The minimum average growth rate required to be included in the ranking this year was 34.6%.