Financial Times and their data provider Statista, rank Europe’s most nimble and inventive companies since 2016. This year, one of Hungary’s leading software development company, Grape Solutions Plc., was added to the prestigious list for the first time in 2021.
In the last 15 years, Grape Solutions implemented 100+ successful developments in 10+ different industries, such as automotive, aviation, logistics, telecommunications, and energy. Currently, most of Europe’s high-growth companies are facing another year of slower progress as the pandemic continues, but companies listed on Financial Times’ 1000 raking shows that companies find new ways overcoming COVID-19 challenges.
At the beginning of COVID outbreak, we knew this crisis might be a part of our life for years, therefore we need to reimagine our operation. We made deeper analysis in how the pandemic changes the Information Technology segment, which part of the sector will perceive a higher spotlight. This approach helped us focusing on what matters. Norbert Németh, Sales Director
Companies listed on FT 1000 ranking must match the following criteria:
Revenue of at least €100,000 generated in 2016
Revenue of at least €1.5 million generated in 2019
The revenue growth between 2016 and 2019 was primarily organic
Despite COVID-19 difficulties, Grape Solutions aims to accomplish their mission by providing the highest quality solutions in Mobility, IoT and Robotic Process Automation. “We remain optimistic about the next 12 months, the pandemic opens new ways for many sectors, like energy and manufacturing, we just need to adjust well to new challenges.” – he added.