‘Fast Company’ highlights Israel’s most innovative companies

Israeli startups rank in lists featuring world’s best technologies.

Outbrain logoAward-winning tech magazine Fast Company recently published a list citing Israel’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies. The magazine also included Israeli high-tech firms on its World’s Most Innovative Companies, Most Innovative Companies in Productivity, and Most Innovative Companies in Technology lists.

The 10 Israeli technology startups Fast Company believes everyone should know about include Nice Systems, Water-Gen, Billguard, Silentium, Mobileye, Moovit, Wix, Outbrain, Zerto, and Securelogic.

The tech magazine is known for its annual reports on the world’s most innovative and creative companies whose innovations are having the greatest impacts across their industries.

Israeli companies Water-Gen, developer of state-of-the-art solutions for water supply, and Nice Systems, mobile customer service solutions expert, also made it to the list of the Fast Company World’s Most Innovative Companies.

“Inside an app, nobody can hear you scream–except the Israeli-based firm Nice Systems, whose customer-service solutions are used by 25,000 companies in more than 150 countries. Last year, it rolled out Mobile Reach, software that works in the background of banking, retail, and other apps and jumps in to help a user the minute she’s frustrated,” writes the magazine about Nice.

Nice was also listed as the top innovative company in finance. Israeli social network for traders, eToro, was also included on the exclusive Most Innovative Companies in Technology list.

And Any.DO, the to-do-list app that helps you organize your life, found its way to Fast Company’s Top 10 list for the world’s Most Innovative Companies in Productivity.

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About Viva Sarah Press

Viva Sarah Press is an associate editor and writer at ISRAEL21c. She has extensive experience in reporting/editing in the print, online and broadcast fields. Her work has been published by international media outlets including Israel Television, CNN, Reuters, The Jerusalem Post and Time Out.