The first is a software company that makes a product engineers rely on for computer-aided designs. The majority of this company’s revenue comes from recurring software leases and maintenance in a field where the company has a commanding leadership role among Fortune 100 industrial companies relying on its services.
IAS in July also recommends a company that provides operational and financial consulting services to enterprises. Despite the setbacks resulting from an accounting glitch and recent management changes, the editors believe this firm’s services are valuable to a diverse array of clients, including health care organizations, universities and research institutions, with a promising growth horizon.
The third company to catch the eye of IAS editors is a large supplier of industrial gas, with a healthy exposure to emerging markets, which are poised for short- and long-term growth.
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