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Technology Fast 500 EMEA
2013 Winners and results
French digital cinema specialists YMagis secured the top spot in Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) Global Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) industry group’s 2013 Technology Fast 500TM EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) rankings, with an impressive growth rate of 59,096 percent.
Ymagis is driving the digital cinema revolution in Europe, helping its partners to make the transition from traditional 35mm film to a more efficient digital solution. For the fourth consecutive year French companies dominated the program rankings, producing 86 winning companies, followed by the United Kingdom with 71 companies, and the Netherlands with 52 companies qualifying for the list.
Founded in 2005, myThings provides personalised online display advertisements, leveraging its innovative big data ad technology to deliver measurable conversions for its clients. It generates more than 5 billion impressions every month and is the only company in the industry to offer a completely transparent and customised retargeting ad solution.
Headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Adyen is a pioneer of global payment solutions. It offers a fully integrated service that makes it easy for vendors to accept customer purchases in more than 200 payment methods worldwide, secure in the knowledge that their finances and reporting are also being managed directly, without the need for third party providers.
Technology Fast 500 EMEA Ranking
Access the full list of 500 ranked companies who made the EMEA Fast 500 Ranking in 2013.
Key Ranking statistics and trends: Tech Fast 500 EMEA Press Release
Now in its 13th year, the Technology Fast 500 EMEA Winners 2013 had an overall average revenue growth rate of 1,403 percent, a slight decrease from the 1,549 percent growth rate for 2012.
Leading the list, the software sector represented 43 percent of the overall rankings on this year’s EMEA Fast 500, followed by the Internet sector with 22 percent.