Financial Times, with its partner Statista, put together a list of fast-growing companies in Europe across different verticals such as e-commerce, financial services, technology, and healthcare.
The growth that we're experiencing from year to year is immersing. Starting from 2013, Microblink has grown in terms of technology, products, and people. In only seven years, a startup transformed into a mature organization that develops a wide range of AI-powered solutions. Research and development of AI-based computer vision started several years ago. To our knowledge, we were the first in the world to have developed proprietary and an entirely learned OCR model that works in real-time on a mobile device. Since then, we've built our team and infrastructure with one goal: making AI the core of our R&D. Today, our researchers tackle some of the most challenging computer vision problems.
Microblink is an organization with the company culture that cherishes: innovation, curiosity, integrity, passion, and common sense. Our main goal is to make lives easier and to save time for more than 100 million people all across the globe. We're doing that by automating processes that used to be manual, like typing in ID data or various payment card numbers in mobile or desktop apps. Microblink's products are implemented in over 80 countries and 35 different use-cases. For example, banking, hospitality, telecommunications, retail, digital Identity & KYC, healthcare, app development, system integrators & others.
To all our clients and partners: Thank you very much for choosing our products & trusting us with your business. Without you, our growth wouldn't be this rapid or even possible.
Being on the FT - 1000 list is an excellent addition to all the awards and praises we have received during these last couple of years.
More information on the FT's 1000 list of Europe's fastest-growing companies and the full report can be found here.
In Microblink, we have a saying, grow fast, develop with patience, and being in the top 1000 fastest-growing companies in Europe reflects that.