Moove It is one of the Financial Times’ Fastest Growing Companies in the Americas for 2022!
Charles Green is Moove It's marketing manager. With 15 years of experience in the technology services industry, he brings a mixture of technology, business, and marketing expertise to Moove It.
We’re delighted to announce that Moove It has been recognized as one of the Financial Times’ fastest growing companies in the Americas for 2022!
With an absolute growth rate of 117% we’re not only one of the top 500 fastest growing companies in North and South America, but also in the top 25 fastest growing companies headquartered in Latin America.
Our overall ranking is measured by our compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2017 to 2020. It’s the second year in a row that Moove It has made it onto the list.
In analyzing the results, the Financial Times highlighted the impact of technology, and the need for companies to digitalize their operations – so it’s unsurprising that many companies on the list are tech firms. The analysis also shows how many healthcare and healthtech companies have experienced significant growth – and indeed, our strength in healthtech, continues to be a key driver for Moove It’s growth.
The impact of this growth on Moove It
One of the interesting aspects of this rapid growth on Moove It is the broader array and diversity that we have as an organization. Moove It initially started life as an engineering organization, dominated by highly-skilled developers. Today however we have a much broader mix, meaning we can create strong integrated teams with people ranging from designers, product managers, data experts, to business analysts. In turn this becomes highly attractive to our clients, who can tap into our different studios and create a unique, holistic team specific for their needs. As a result, much of our growth is coming from expanding our relationships with existing clients.
In addition, given this significant growth, we’ve been investing in strengthening our internal areas, such as our delivery teams, and also investing in new tools to centralize project information and better share our knowledge.
You can explore the full analysis here, and also read more about the methodology that the Financial Times used.