Quintiq secures place on prestigious Computable 100 list
APS software provider recognized as one of the most powerful IT companies in the Netherlands
The list was compiled after a rigorous selection process, during which IT companies operating in the Netherlands were analyzed by Mazars Berenschot Corporate Finance (MBCF) based on their financial health and an assessment of their performance as business partners, innovators, and employers. After being evaluated based on these criteria, Quintiq achieved 76th place on the Computable 100 list. Thrilled by his company's inclusion in the list, Quintiq COO Arjen Heeres commented: "One of the reasons why Quintiq managed to become part of the Computable 100 list is the fact that we realized 35% year-on-year growth for the past ten years. Going forward, we will continue to strengthen our company by following this strategy, which will lead to greater growth."
Computable also commissioned MBCF to create a list of the 100 most powerful financial ICT companies. The key selection criteria for this list were profitability, solvency, and turnover per employee. Based on these measurements, Quintiq was ranked 54th. According to Mr. Heeres: "This perfectly proves that showing courage without taking unnecessary risks and maintaining focus on our strategy, even in economic rough times, does pay off."
Quintiq's Advanced Planning & Scheduling (APS) software enables companies to create business value by visualizing and optimizing their operational processes. Quintiq software is capable of generating the best possible planning solution to suit any business model and solve any planning puzzle, even in the most complex and dynamic of business environments.
Established in 1997 and growing rapidly, Quintiq has a global presence with dual headquarters in the Netherlands and the USA, a global development center in Malaysia, and other offices around the world. Quintiq's APS software is in use at over 500 locations in 78 countries.
For more information, visit www.quintiq.com or follow @Quintiq on Twitter.
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