In the near future, Italy could be among the main destinations for investments in the digital field. A push in this direction could also come from the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRP), which allocates around 40.7 billion euros for the digital transformation of businesses. To this is added Italy’s long-standing delay on this front. According to the Digital Economy and Society Index (Desi), our country is in 24th place among European countries and for all the indicators considered: connectivity, human capital, use of the Internet, integration of digital technologies and digital public services.
However, Intermonte has estimated that, by 2023, Italy can significantly reduce this gap and that listed companies are destined to play a leading role. Therefore, Intermonte has drawn up a list of companies that will benefit from the trend of digitization: Alkemy , specialized in the innovation of the business model of large and medium-sized companies. It capitalizes 70.96 million euros and in one year has achieved a performance of 149% on the stock market. Cyberoo, specializing in cybersecurity for businesses. It capitalizes 50.74 million euros and in one year it has achieved a performance of 42% on the stock market. Cy4gate, active in the design, development and production of technologies, products, systems and services related to the needs of cyber intelligence and cyber security expressed by the Armed Forces, Police Forces, Intelligence Agencies and companies. It capitalizes 124.2 million euros and in the last three months has posted a performance of -11% on the stock market. Eles , leader in the production of semiconductor reliability test and control equipment, active in the aerospace & defense, automotive and consumer electronics markets. It capitalizes 45.91 million euros and in the last three months has posted a performance of 45.58% on the stock market. Esprinetand a distributor of computers, servers and software with a strong presence in Italy and Spain. It capitalizes 705.947 million euros and in one year has achieved a performance of 234.78% on the stock market. Fos is an SME active in consulting and technological design for large industrial groups. It capitalizes on 20.90 million euros and in one year has achieved a performance of 6.8% on the stock market. Gpi , active in the healthcare services market. It capitalizes 189.32 million euros and in one year it has achieved a performance of 63% on the stock market. Relatechand an innovative Digital Enabler Solution knowledge Company and SME specialized in Big Data, Blockchain, Machine Learning and Cloud. It capitalizes 81.26 million euros and in one year it has achieved a performance of 54.36% on the stock market. Reply , specialized in the design and implementation of solutions based on new communication channels and digital media. It capitalizes 4.418 billion euros and in one year has achieved a performance of 62.7% on the stock market. Retelit , a broadband telecommunications company, is one of the companies that could benefit most from the Recovery Fund funds. It capitalizes 413.94 million euros and in one year has achieved a performance of 64.7% on the stock market. Sesa ,information technology company listed on the Star segment. It capitalizes 1.89 billion euros and in one year it has achieved a performance of 174% on the stock market. Tinexta , a group active in Digital Trust, Credit Information & Management and Innovation & Marketing Services. It capitalizes on 1.2 billion euros and in one year has posted a performance of 129.3% on the stock market. TXT e-Solutions , an international specialist in software and solutions with a high strategic value. It capitalizes 101.44 million euros and in one year it has achieved a performance of -1.89% on the stock market. Wiit, operator active in the Cloud computing services market and listed on the Star segment. It capitalizes 436.79 million euros and in one year has achieved a performance of 52.5% on the stock market. (All rights reserved)

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