This year represents the 35th publication of the Software 500, a worldwide ranking of software and software services companies. Based on reported revenues from the 2016 fiscal year compared to 2015, this ranking identifies trends through revenue growth, R&D investments, and employee staffing.

 It’s interesting to note that more than 90% of the companies included in this ranking are public companies, which means less than 25 private companies were recognized in this ranking – including First Line.

You can read the entire article here.

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