Financial Times: iTechArt is one of the Americas’ fastest-growing companies

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…

If Charles Dickens doesn’t mind, we’ll borrow his novel’s opening lines to start our news story, since these words perfectly describe the state of today’s unpredictable and a bit unclear business world.

Those who pivot and adapt to new expectations are moving forward. And that’s exactly what we are trying to do.

In that regard, we’re more than happy to announce that iTechArt has been recognized in Financial Times’ (FT’s) inaugural list of The Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies 2020 with a 3-year growth rate of 239 percent. And what’s more, the company also ranked 11th among the New York-based technology firms.

"The inaugural FT Americas ranking comes at a perilous and uncertain time for many companies, as the coronavirus severely curtails economies, workforces and ultimately growth," said Maxine Kelly, Commissioning Editor at Financial Times. "Yet the ranking also highlights 500 businesses across the continent for whom innovation and creativity have paid off — attributes that will underpin resilience and enable many of them to thrive once the worst effects of the pandemic are behind them."

The FT ranking included the top 500 publicly traded and privately held organizations from across 20 countries with the highest growth in revenues between 2015 and 2018. The list is a joint project with Statista, the leading international market research agency.

To be eligible for consideration, candidates completed an in-depth application, later processed and checked by the Statista representatives. The rigorous procedure involved months of preparation and thorough research in company databases and other public sources as well as reaching out directly to tens of thousands of organizations.

Starring opposite such tech titans as MongoDB, Tesla and PayPal makes the inclusion to the list all the more meaningful.

"This achievement is yet another testament to our focus on the long-term strategy amidst ongoing market changes,” said Konstantin Tsybulko, EVP at iTechArt. “In any given situation, we continue to stick to our mission, partnering with the best representatives of the U.S. startup family.”

Mark your calendars because the full winners’ list featuring case studies and analysis will be published in the May 12, 2020 issue of the Financial Times’ Special Report. The ranking is available here:

Till then, no farewells, no goodbyes — because more updates are coming your way!

About the Financial Times

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organizations, recognized internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. The FT has a record paying readership of one million, three-quarters of which are digital subscriptions. It is part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.

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