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InterWay tops chart of fastest growing hi-tech companies

THE FATEST–GROWING hi-tech company in Slovakia is InterWay s.r.o., which provides web applications, according to the Technology Fast 50 chart by Deloitte, the SITA newswire reported on October 15.The chart monitors growth in company sales over the last five years. According to this indicator, InterWay, which placed first among Slovak companies, achieved 1,761 percent growth. InterWay replaced Eset, which was the second-fastest growing company this year, with a 1,354 percent increase in sales.Of all the evaluated companies from nine European countries, the Polish company Blue Media, with sales up by 10,027 percent, was the overall winner. The company is involved in integration of innovative technologies. InterWay ranked tenth on the European chart.

THE FATEST–GROWING hi-tech company in Slovakia is InterWay s.r.o., which provides web applications, according to the Technology Fast 50 chart by Deloitte, the SITA newswire reported on October 15.
The chart monitors growth in company sales over the last five years. According to this indicator, InterWay, which placed first among Slovak companies, achieved 1,761 percent growth. InterWay replaced Eset, which was the second-fastest growing company this year, with a 1,354 percent increase in sales.
Of all the evaluated companies from nine European countries, the Polish company Blue Media, with sales up by 10,027 percent, was the overall winner. The company is involved in integration of innovative technologies. InterWay ranked tenth on the European chart.

The Central European Technology Fast 50 evaluates technological companies active in central Europe. Nineteen companies represented Slovakia, which in most cases operate in the software sphere, the sector dominant for 14 of them. Four of the participating Slovak companies made it to the top fifty. Eset placed sixteenth, Millennium 000 occupied 29th position and 2 Ring placed 41st.

The fastest growing Slovak company in the category Rising Stars is the firm Sygic, with sales going up 507 percent. The category winner was the Hungarian company Nav N Go.

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