The i-systems company listed in FT1000 ranking

On April 6th, 2018, in cooperation with the Financial Times and Statista, the ranking of 1000 fastest growing enterprises in Europe was published for the second time. The i-systems company that creates dedicated e-commerce software once again found its place in this classification.

FT1000 is a prestigious ranking created in cooperation with the Financial Times – one of the world’s largest economic and financial magazines, published for 160 years, and Statista Research Institute – a leading provider of data on markets and consumers. It provides an interesting perspective on the development of enterprises, as well as the values and the risks associated with it.

The company’s place in the ranking is determined by the increase in revenues that the company reported in the years 2013-2016. In order to qualify for participation in the ranking, enterprises had to generate revenues in excess of €100,000 in 2013, while in 2016, their revenues had to exceed the threshold of €1,500,000. According to data provided by Financial Times and Statista, the average value of i-systems revenues, in 2013-2016, has increased by 44.4%. The fact that the company has been listed as one of the 1000 fastest growing enterprises in Europe is not only a huge success but also a sign that the quality of its operations matches the most valued players on the market.

This year, as in the previous edition, the leading position in the ranking was recorded by companies from England (there were as many as 74 companies representing this country on the list). In the FT1000 ranking, countries such as France and Italy were also represented by many companies. Poland in this classification was represented by 18 companies.

You can read the full list of companies that qualified for FT1000 at The entire ranking will also be attached as a supplement to the paper edition of the Financial Times, which will be released on April 30th.

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