2 March 2020
The industry-leading hospitality tech solutions provider ranks at 103 in the FT 1000
London, Dallas & Singapore, March 2, 2020 - OTA Insight, the cloud-based data intelligence platform for the hospitality industry, is delighted to announce that it has been ranked at Number 103 in the FT 1000, the annual list of Europe’s 1000 fastest growing companies, published in the Financial Times.
Published in a special report on innovation and growth in today’s FT.com, the rating is the result of a joint project by the Financial Times and Statista, which conducted months of research, public calls, intensive database research and directly contacted tens of thousands of companies.
This culminated in the identification of 1000 outstanding companies - including OTA Insight - from the millions of existing European enterprises.
As one of the highest ranked hospitality tech companies, OTA Insight sits in good company with leading businesses from around Europe including Bolt Technology, the Estonian transportation technology platform company, Kiwi.com, the Czech-based online travel tech company, and the UK’s Just Eat, a world leader in online and mobile food ordering.
“We’re delighted to be recognised as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies,” said Sean Fitzpatrick, CEO of OTA Insight. “There’s a lot of really interesting hospitality technology start-ups, so we’re happy to represent the sector amongst some pretty esteemed company. A big thanks to our customers, partners and our amazing team who make it all happen.”
This news follows a string of achievements for the company, including being ranked 17th in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 list of fastest-growing private technology companies in the UK, and immediately follows news of its groundbreaking real-time predictive technology.
“The FT 1000 ... lists the European companies that achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2015 and 2018,” said Maxine Kelly, Commissioning Editor for Special Reports at Financial Times. “Competition is even tougher at the top this year, with companies requiring a minimum growth rate of 38.4 per cent to make the list, compared with 37.7 per cent last year.”
For more information on Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies, please visit the FT.com.
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