EPAM Systems, an American company with Belarusian rootes, has been included into Forbes’ annual Fast Tech 25 list – for the third time in five years.
“The companies of the Fast Tech 25 stand out for a trailing three years of strong sales growth combined with industry-leading projected earnings growth for the next three to five years,” the authors of the ranking explained.
Grubhub topped the list as the delivery platform for 50,000 restaurants nationwide, with average sales growth above 50%. Second place went to Facebook (average growth – 51%), followed by the supplier of network equipment Arista Networks (46%).
EPAM Systems came 12th with three-years average sales growth of 28%.
According to the company’s website, EPAM is one of only four companies, the other three being Facebook, Alphabet, and Fortinet, to make repeat appearances on each of the lists published by Forbes between 2013 and 2017.
“We are pleased to once again join an elite group of fast-growing public technology companies,” said Arkadiy Dobkin, CEO and President of EPAM.
“Being among the only four firms to consecutively appear on this list since 2013 is a testament to our ability to constantly challenge ourselves, and to address the high market demand for solution providers who understand and can deliver comprehensive digital transformation programs, an area in which EPAM is recognized as a global leader today.”