- The Financial Times has included the Spanish legaltech in the 454th position among the 1,000 companies with the highest growth rate in Europe.
- Signaturit occupies the 89th position of the companies in the technology sector on a European scale that make up the ranking.
- Legaltech is the only Spanish company in the technology sector to appear for the fourth consecutive year in the FT1000 ranking.
Signaturit, a leading European legaltech company in trust services and digital transaction management, is the only Spanish company in the technology sector to be included for the fourth consecutive year as one of the 1,000 most disruptive companies with the highest growth rate in Europe. In the seventh edition of the prestigious ranking prepared annually by the Financial Times, FT 1000, the company is ranked 454th and fourth in Spain in the technology sector.
The annual FT 1000 ranking, compiled with data provider Statista, lists the European companies that achieved the highest compound annual revenue growth rate between 2018 and 2021. The minimum average growth rate required to make the list was 36.2%, down slightly from 36.5% in the last edition.
In the case of Signaturit, one of the companies noted for its rapid development, it has had an absolute growth of 347.8% and a compound annual growth of 64.8%.
Thirty-eight Spanish companies have been awarded in this latest edition of the FT 1000 ranking. Among these thirty-eight, Signaturit ranks fourth among the fastest growing Spanish companies in the IT & Software sector and 89th in Europe. It should also be noted that the company is the only company in the ranking specialising in electronic signature services.
In the words of Sergio Ruiz, Chairman of Signaturit Group and co-founder and CEO of Signaturit Spain, “appearing for the fourth consecutive year in the FT 1000 European ranking puts us on the map of the most disruptive companies in Europe. It also confirms our leadership in the framework of our internationalisation strategy. Inclusion in this index is not only a source of pride for us, but also a clear boost to continue growing and increasing our catalogue of digital solutions for as many organisations as possible”.
Despite the various adversities faced in the current context, such as high inflation, rising interest rates, weak economic growth and renewed geopolitical tensions, Signaturit has managed to maintain its growth, not only this year, but also over the last four years. In this sense, since its invoicing in 2013, the Signaturit Group has managed to incorporate into its portfolio 245 thousand customers, 458,330 users and customers of all sectors and sizes such as Cepsa, Deloitte, Meliá Hoteles, PwC, Alcampo and Iberdrola.