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Fingerprint Cards tops Sweden Technology Fast 50 again

  • Author:HF Security
  • Release on:2017-11-21
November 21, 2017 - Fingerprint Cards is the first company to take first place for two consecutive years in Deloitte’s independent ranking of Sweden’s fastest growing technology companies, the Sweden Technology Fast 50.

Fingerprint Cards saw growth of 6,858 percent. The company’s line of touch sensors come in 55 smartphone models with 23 different manufacturers. The company was founded in 1997 and is listed on the LargeCap list since 2016.

Fingerprint Cards is the first company ever in the Swedish ranking’s fourteen-year history that takes home the first place twi years in a row. In 2016, the Swedish biometrics company also ranked one in Deloitte’s ranking for the entire EMEA.

“This year’s list has the most listed companies in the history of the ranking,” says Erik Olin , partner at Deloitte and responsible for Sweden Technology Fast 50.

The stock market climate has been extremely good in recent years and especially for Swedish technology companies. Even outside the stock exchange, Swedish technology attracts venture capital at record level.“Fingerprint Cards technology is quite right in time,” says Erik Olin, partner at Deloitte and responsible for Sweden Technology Fast 50. “Digital security has never been as important as it is today. The company has been around for 20 years and is proof of the importance of believing in what is happening.”

The Sweden Technology Fast 50 was founded by Deloitte and the ranking is based on the average revenue growth of companies during the past four-year period, including both public and private companies.