We are proud to announce that Dassault Systèmes was just named to Fortune‘s Future 50 list!
BCG and Fortune created this list to reflect a company’s capacity to reinvent its business and sustain revenue growth. They believe that consistently delivering growth is especially challenging for larger companies, which can no longer rely on startup-like momentum to sustain their performance. BCG finds that there is less correlation today than there used to be between past and future financial and competitive performance over multiple years, so they teamed up with Fortune to provide a tool for managers to measure and shape growth potential. Companies named to The Future 50 are established public companies with the best long-term growth outlook.
When ranking Dassault at #28, the editors noted that Dassault Systèmes has become one of Europe’s leading software companies, thanks in part to the 3DEXPERIENCE platform that helps create digital twins. They noted how manufacturers from a range of industries who work on complex products use our solutions to experiment with designs and modifications before actual development – be it ships, cars, airplanes, oil rigs or mining equipment. They noted that analysts expect growth of 8% to 13% based on the strategy of extending into new industries such as life sciences and consumer packaged goods.
How does Fortune define the criteria for the list?
The Future 50 ranks the global companies with the best prospects for long-term growth. Some are mining narrowly defined niches to produce phenomenal growth. Others are migrating into multiple industries with viral speed. Still others are inventing new business models as they go. But each of these companies won its spot by demonstrating both steady execution and forward-looking strategic nimbleness.
You can read more here about how companies were selected.
This honor comes just a month after our partner Dassault Systèmes were named to Forbes’ Digital 100, a ranking of the top 100 public companies shaping the digital economy. That list takes a close look at the technology, media, digital retail and telecommunication companies that are shaping the digital world. Companies were scored on a variety of factors including sales, profits, assets growth and performance of the stock over the past year.
This post was originally published By Alyssa Ross on the 3DS Blog and is being reposted here.