Engineering — a leader in digital transformation for private and public organisations and companies — has won the "Industria Felix - Italy competes" Prize for being one of the top 15 companies in the Innovative Services sector with registered offices in Italy in terms of management performances and Cerved creditworthiness.
The prize is awarded on the basis of objective criteria, taking into account an indisputable algorithm for competitiveness (which is also assessed through analysis of the financial statements filed) from the Cerved Group Score method (a creditworthiness indicator from one of the most important rating agencies in Europe).
In fact, Cerved forecasts that the two sectors which will drive recovery in 2021, with a significant growth in revenues over 2019, will be e-commerce (+17.1%) and innovative services (+3.2%).
Within the latter strategic sector, Engineering designs, develops and manages solutions for the business areas where digitalisation is having the biggest impact, including Digital Finance, Smart Government & E-Health, Augmented City, Digital Industry, Smart Energy & Utilities, and Digital Media & Communication. Through its activities, the Group is contributing to the modernisation of the world in which we live and work, combining specialist skills in cutting-edge technologies with technological infrastructures organised in a single hybrid multicloud and the ability to interpret new business models.
The "Industria Felix - Italy competes" Prize is organised by the Industria Felix Magazine — a quarterly supplement on economics and finance from the Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore, edited by Michele Montemurro — in collaboration with Cerved, the LUISS Guido Carli University, Sustainable Development and A.C. Industria Felix; and with the patronage of Confindustria and media partnerships with Ansa and Il Sole 24 Ore.