China Information Technology Inc., a total solutions provider of GIS, in addition to digital public security technology (DPST) and digital hospital information systems (DHIS) in China, has been ranked 41st among 200 of China’s best small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in 2011. The company has made Forbes China’s ranking for the second consecutive year.
Now in its seventh year, the Forbes China Best SMEs Program ranks companies with the “most potential,” scored on the basis of a host of metrics, including three-year weighted average revenue growth rate, return on assets, return on equity and operating margins. For its 2011 study, the business publication surveyed over 20,000 small- and medium-size companies in China, with sales ranging from RMB 5 million to 1 billion.
“We are honoured once again by Forbes China’s recognition, counting us among the companies with the highest potential in China,” said Jiang Huai Lin, CEO, China Information Technology. “Our second year on the list is a positive nod to the way we run our business. We are confident that our unique position in the market, strong R&D talent and proprietary geographic information systems, digital public security and hospital information systems solutions will continue to serve as growth drivers for us in the year ahead.”
Source: China Information Technology