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Fast-growing AIMMS earns FD Gazelle Award

AIMMS recently earned an FD Gazelle Award, given annually to the fastest growing companies in the Netherlands.

“We are extremely proud to win an FD Gazelle Award,” says Gijs Dullaert, CEO of AIMMS. “It is a great acknowledgement for our valuable customers and our growing team. This also confirms that our mission to bring the benefits of prescriptive analytics to society is the right path forward, and we will continue to fulfill it with commitment and passion.”

Het Financieele Dagblad (the Dutch Financial Times) organizes the FD Gazelle Awards. Criteria that play a role in the selection include that the company is financially healthy, has a minimum turnover of 100,000 Euros and a revenue growth of at least 20 percent in the past three financial years.

For more information, visit: www.aimms.com.

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