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Impact Analytics Named One of The Americas' Fastest Growing Companies by Financial Times, 2nd time in a row.

Posted Apr 15, 2021

April 15, 2021 – Impact Analytics, Inc. a leading provider of AI-based SaaS solutions for planning and merchandising for the retail industry, has been recognised by the Financial Times, in their list of The America’s Fastest Growing Companies, for a second consecutive year. Impact Analytics is ranked #86 on the 2021 list after being ranked #51 in 2020. Impact Analytics is the only retail focused SaaS product company on the list that includes SmileDirectClub, Bombas and Beyond Meat alongside them.

The Financial Times Americas' Fastest Growing Companies list recognizes the most innovative and fastest growing companies in seven countries across North and South America. The 500 companies recognized are ranked based on highest compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in revenue between 2016 and 2019. The full report and analysis of this year's ranking can be viewed here.

“We are honoured to be recognised by the Financial Times as one of the fastest growing companies in the Americas, second time in a row. It is a testament to our tenacity and dedication to build best-in-class AI driven SaaS solutions that unlock the power of artificial intelligence for our customers and help deliver decisions in real-time about inventory, pricing and promotion.” said Prashant Agrawal, CEO of Impact Analytics.

 

About Impact Analytics

Impact Analytics is a fast-growing, AI-powered software solutions company. A leading provider of planning, merchandising and forecasting tools for the retail, CPG and grocery sectors. It's suite of products for Forecasting, Assortment Planning, Allocation Optimization, Markdown Optimization and Promotion Planning is empowering leading retailers to make smart data-based decisions and transform their businesses and achieve substantial business benefits. To learn more, visit www.impactanalytics.co.

 

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