Bratislava – Sensoneo is ranked 25 of the top 50 fastest growing technology companies in the Central European region. The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Central Europe is a programme that ranks 50 fast-growing technology companies, public or private, based on percentage revenue growth. Winners are then selected by ranking their revenue growth over the four years from 2019 to 2022. Companies from 16 European countries participated, with companies from seven countries and six different industries winning in the main Technology Fast 50 category. Sensoneo took the prestigious 25th place in the main category with percentual growth of 988%. The company is known for pioneering world-class solutions for waste management that drive positive environmental impact and contribute to circular economy.
“Sensoneo’s recognition as one of the 50 fastest-growing companies in the Central Europe region is a great honor for us and we are very proud of the hard work our team has delivered in the past four years. This accomplishment serves as evidence of our dedicated efforts in creating innovative solutions within the realm of waste management,” said Martin Basila, the CEO and Co-Founder of Sensoneo.
Sensoneo is a global leader in smart waste management solutions, and it specializes in the development and export of unique technologies for intelligent waste management to 85 countries worldwide. Currently the company has a workforce of over 110 employees predominantly engaged in research and development. Sensoneo has crafted a distinctive software system for the Deposit Return System (DRS), adaptable to the specific requirements of different countries. As the sole DRS integrator operating in five European countries – Slovakia, Malta, Ireland, and recently implementing the world’s largest centralized DRS in Romania – Sensoneo is now in the process of implementing DRS in another Central European country.
The company’s income comes from three separate divisions: comprehensive smart waste collection solutions that include the company’s own sensors, optimization of waste collection logistics in factories, and solution for Deposit Return System (DRS). Intelligent waste monitoring is used by cities such as Buenos Aires, Reykjavik, Trieste, and Prague. Sensoneo is also currently building the largest smart waste installation worldwide, which is being launched this year in Madrid, by deploying more than 11 thousand smart sensors to monitor various types of waste in the city. Sensoneo’s solutions can reduce waste collection costs by 20% and the time required to collect 1 tonne of material by 30%. Customers achieve 30-63% reduction in waste collection routes and 97% accuracy of actual waste production. The Energy Globe Foundation specifically highlighted the example of Ekocharita, a textile waste collector, which has completely changed the way it operates and achieved a return on investment in 7 months thanks to Sensoneo.