The technology multinational celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2022, closing its best year ever with revenues of 91.5 million euros and consolidating a team of over 1,500 professionals.

15% of the revenue figure comes from the international business, where its positioning as a Europe-America technology hub plays a key role, with a growing presence in 10 countries on both continents.

Continuing its strategic plan for growth and geographic expansion, Stratesys expects to exceed 100 million euros by 2023.

The Spanish technology multinational Stratesys has presented its results for 2022, which closed with revenues of €91.5 million, 27.1% more than the previous year and above the forecast figure. The company has continued its firm commitment to attracting talent and creating quality jobs, exceeding 1,500 professionals in 2022, which represents a 25% increase in the workforce compared to 2021.

With these results, 2022 was the firm’s best year ever. A year in which Stratesys has collaborated with more than 400 companies and large corporations, including two thirds of the IBEX-35.

Looking ahead to 2023, Stratesys will continue to execute its strategic business plan, with the goal of ending the year with a turnover of more than 100 million euros.

International presence and expansion

Stratesys currently has a growing presence in Europe and America, supported by its network of offices and expert centers deployed on both sides of the Atlantic, which is consolidating its role as an IT provider with a ‘hub’ vision between both continents. This strategic positioning has been key to the company’s growth in 2022, and has resulted in a revenue figure from international business of around 15%.

Looking ahead to 2023, Stratesys expects its international business volume to continue to grow. On the one hand, it will continue to prioritize its growth in Latin America, a geographic region in which it operates with high levels of activity from its offices in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico, accompanying the technological investments of local companies and large multinationals. The company will also continue to promote its presence and operations in Europe in strategic countries such as Portugal, Germany and the United Kingdom, where it already has headquarters.

25 years transforming businesses

Stratesys celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2022, ‘an exceptional year that has finally closed with the company’s best results to date,’ said Ramón Montane, CEO and co-founder of the company.

These figures are the culmination of 25 years of collaborating with multiple companies from different sectors and with different management profiles (finance, logistics, talent, commercial, IT, sustainability…), supporting them in their technological transformation programs, offering them solutions to face the main challenges of their respective areas and helping them to implement and make profitable their IT investments in leading software platforms in the market such as SAP, OpenText, Microsoft or Salesforce.

Stratesys is committed to growth

Stratesys faces 2023 with a firm strategic commitment to growth. A year that has begun with the recent integration of the consultancy firm Norbait, an operation that reinforces its presence in the Basque Country and strengthens its team of professional experts in technology for the Human Resources area. And a year in which the company’s commitment to junior talent will also continue, with new editions of its ‘Stratesys Academy’, the ‘young talent’ platform through which more than 100 new professionals recently graduated last year joined the company.

During 2023, the company will continue to strengthen and expand its portfolio of technologies in high demand and projection in the market, such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, process automation, ecommerce, data analytics for decision making or IT tools for measuring compliance with the Sustainable Development Goals… technologies of maximum interest in the agendas of the C Level.