Three Slovak firms among 50 fastest growing tech companies

THE FASTEST growing tech firm in Slovakia is Powerplay Manager, the fee to play on-line sport manager game followed by WebSupport internet company and software producer Innovatrics, according to CE Technology Fast 50 chart of Deloitte, the SITA newswire reported.

THE FASTEST growing tech firm in Slovakia is Powerplay Manager, the fee to play on-line sport manager game followed by WebSupport internet company and software producer Innovatrics, according to CE Technology Fast 50 chart of Deloitte, the SITA newswire reported.

Deloitte published the list comparing incomes of tech firms between 2009 and 2013 on October 16.

Powerplay Manager reached 35th position with 422-percent growth of incomes. WebSupport, the largest provider of hosting services and domain registrations in Slovakia, also operating in three other Central European countries is placed on 36th position with 417-percent growth. Innovatrics The creator of fingerprint recognition software for incorporation into biometric applications reached 44th position with 344-percent growth.

On the top of the chart is Hungarian Szallas.hu which carries out the online sales of accommodation in Hungary and Central Europe, with growth of 2,259 percent.

The average growth of 50 firms which made it to the chart is 698 percent while software firms were the most successful.

(Source: SITA, Deloitte)

Compiled by Roman Cuprik from press reports
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