In its edition of 20 March, Fortune magazine named Recognition Systems as fourth in its listing of ‘Europe’s 25 Super Stocks’.
These ‘25 brightest stars of Europe’s new markets’ were selected on performance since their initial public offering. Recognition Systems went public in May 1996 and since then has seen its stock price increase more than 3,600 per cent. Fortune magazine stated that all 25 of the listed stocks, including Recognition Systems, are at the cutting edge of Europe’s new economy.
Recognition Systems develops customer experience and campaign management software. Its flagship solution, Protagona, is the only integrated software product to deliver unique customer experiences to all enterprise touch points.
The companies in Fortune’s list are carving a niche from providing software, from helping businesses design and maintain their web sites, and from making sure that the internet is available at the best price.
Recognition Systems has its headquarters in Birmingham, England, with US headquarters in Chicago.