Fabrity, a Polish software house providing web and bespoke software development services to the clients worldwide, closed 2020 with the earnings of PLN 35.1 million , which is 103% year-over-year growth.
As Fabrity CEO Tomasz Burczyński says, “our fast growth was possible thanks to the acquisition of the K2 Digital Products and the organic growth of our core business—bespoke software development. In fact, despite a lot of turmoil caused by the pandemic, 2020 can be considered as a period of new business opportunities for the entire IT industry in Poland. I believe we used them well.”
In the COMPUTERWORLD TOP 200 report, an annual survey on the Polish ICT market, Fabrity is also well positioned against other Polish IT companies:
- 217 position among the biggest IT companies in Poland (up by 33 positions)
- 104 position among the IT companies providing services in Poland (up by 116 positions)
- 73 position among the IT companies with the fastest growing revenue (in absolute numbers)
- 101 position among the IT companies with the biggest net profit (in absolute numbers)
“These excellent results would not be possible without hard work and dedication of our management and business development teams”, underlines Fabrity’s CEO.
In 2021, Fabrity has also ambitious goals to reach: increase the number of clients on the EU markets and expand its business to the US market, strengthen its position as a low-code solutions multivendor, build own Fast App platform and last but not least, continue to grow by acquisition.