FORTUNE Adds Ansys to 2020 Future 50 List


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FORTUNE named Ansys to its fourth annual Future 50 list, recognizing companies best positioned for long-term growth based on a robust methodology jointly developed by FORTUNE and management consulting firm, Boston Consulting Group (BCG).

To select the 2020 Future 50, FORTUNE and BCG evaluated more than 1,000 publicly traded companies on market potential and ability to deliver against market potential. Ansys’ clear strategy, commitment to sustainability, investment in research and development, strong leadership and company structure played a significant role in its selection.

“When engineers, designers, and researchers at some of the top industrial companies seek to innovate, they turn to Ansys. The software company, with a recent market value of $27 billion, helps users create digital simulations of their soon-to-be products. Ansys is a dominant player in the space, owning 40% of market share and generating $1.5 billion in revenue in 2019. The stock has doubled over the past three years,” the FORTUNE article reported.

“Ansys’ inclusion on FORTUNE’s Future 50 list is further evidence of the growing value of simulation,” said Ajei Gopal, president and CEO at Ansys. “World-class companies and startups around the world trust our solutions to innovate and build better products while driving top-line growth and bottom-line savings. We have spent the past 50 years singularly committed to establishing that trust and being the simulation market leader, and simulation has a bright future.”

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