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Three Romanian companies among the fastest-growing technology companies in CE

Three Romanian companies made it to the Central European Deloitte Technology Fast 50 ranking and one received a special award for the Most Disruptive Innovation.

2017-10-16 17:16:52

Forty-Three Romanian companies took the start of the competition out of which three have made it in the Fast 50 ranking. The Romanian company with the largest revenue growth rate is the company Trencadis, based in Baia Mare, with a growth of 710 per cent. For the second time in Fast 50 ranking and with an improved position (19) compared to last year (40), Trencadis is a systems integration company whose main goal is to optimise and innovate institutions' and companies' citizen and customer-related work processes.

For the first time in Fast 50 ranking, Timisoara-based Qualteh entered directly on the 39 place in the ranking, with a growth rate of 388 per cent. Qualteh provides development and customisation for innovative high-quality enterprise and mobile software solutions.

With a 324 per cent growth rate, Tremend, a software company from Bucharest with over 11 years of experience, came 47th. For the second time in the Fast 50 ranking, Tremend specializes in delivering complex software solutions incorporating advanced technologies, whose clients range from innovative US start-ups to multinational enterprises from over 15 countries on three continents.

"Romanian tech companies have always been among the performers of the Fast 50 ranking and I am glad that we make no exception this year," said Alina Mirea, Partner Deloitte Romania and local coordinator of the program. "I would like to congratulate this year's performers, who are young companies born in the new economy. They are companies that grow in one year as others in 100 and we support them on their scaling journey."



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