GDi software provider sees 20% rise in revenues in 2015

GDi Grupa, a leading Croatian technological company and industrial software provider, wrapped up 2015 with HRK 110 million (EUR 14.5 million) in revenues , a 20-percent rise from 2014, and is set to keep growing in 2016, according to a press release from this Zagreb-based group.

The GDi Grupa founder and board chairman, Boran Loncaric,, was quoted as expressing satisfaction with the revenue increase, adding that the company grew at a 9-percent rate annually.

He pointed out that the growth had been achieved without borrowing or acquisitions.

The press release notes that the company has over 150 partners in Croatia and abroad.

In 2014 the company hired an additional 20 workers.

Last update: Mon, 18/01/2016 - 13:58

More from Business

Pilots resume negotiations with Lufthansa in long-running pay battle

Pilots working for Germany's flagship airline, Lufthansa, have returned to the negotiating table with their...

One third of big Australian companies pay no tax, tax office says

More than a third of the largest companies in Australia paid no tax in the previous financial year, according to...

Frankfurt airport test-runs new automatic immigration system

Frankfurt airport was testing out a new automatic immigration system on Thursday, the first time such a system has...

ECB meets overshadowed by threat of crisis in Italy

The European Central Bank met on Thursday to consider launching another round of monetary stimulus but the meeting...

Vipnet taking over Metronet

Vipnet, a mobile network operator company, has acquired a controlling share in the company "Metronet...