India beats China in leading company list while US top in the list – Thomson Reuters Names the World’s Top 100 Technology Companies

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Thomson Reuters Names the World’s Top 100 Technology Companies

Tech leaders outperform Nasdaq, S&P 500 and MSCI World Indices in annual stock value
TORONTO, Jan. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Thomson Reuters unveiled the world’s 100 leading technology companies today in its inaugural Top 100 Global Technology Leaders listing, a program that identifies the industry’s most operationally sound and financially successful organizations.

The industry’s first holistic assessment of today’s leading tech companies utilizes a 28-data-point algorithm to objectively identify organizations with the fortitude for the future in today’s complex business environment. The methodology measures performance across eight pillars: Financial, Management and Investor Confidence, Risk and Resilience, Legal Compliance, Innovation, People and Social Responsibility, Environmental Impact, and Reputation. Its patent-pending approach was developed by Thomson Reuters Labs.

“Tech companies operate at warp speed confronting competitive, regulatory, legal, financial, supply chain and myriad other business challenges. Oftentimes, their financial success overshadows their operational integrity, making it difficult to identify those organizations with true longevity for the future,” said Alex Paladino, global managing director of the Thomson Reuters Technology Practice Group. “With the Top 100 Global Tech Leaders, we’ve identified the unique data points that embody technology-industry leadership in the 21st century; congratulations to the companies that made the list.”

The world’s leading tech organizations:
• Outshine a universe of over 5,000 other technology companies comprising the tech sector in the Thomson Reuters Business Classifications
• Outperform the Nasdaq, S&P 500 and MSCI World indices in year-over-year stock price change by 3.91 percent, 4.04 percent and 7.1 percent, respectively
• Outperform global indices across other factors including YOY R&D investment, employee percent change and revenue percent change
• Forty-five percent are headquartered in the United States; Japan and Taiwan are the next most prolific regions with 13 top 100 tech companies each
• Include bellwethers such as Alphabet, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft as well as newer tech entrants like HPE, Nvidia, Symantec and VMware

Country wise List:

Count of Country/region of headquarters No. of Companies
Australia 1
Canada 2
China 3
Finland 2
France 3
Germany 2
Hong Kong 1
India 5
Ireland 1
Japan 13
Korea; Republic (S. Korea) 3
Netherlands 2
Sweden 1
Switzerland 2
Taiwan 13
United Kingdom 1
United States of America 45
Grand Total 100

The Top 10 of the 100 Global Technology Leaders include:

COMPANY COUNTRY
Microsoft US
Intel US
Cisco US
IBM US
Alphabet US
Apple US
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Taiwan
SAP Germany
Texas Instruments US
Accenture Ireland

“The Top 100 Global Technology Leaders are the organizations

“The Top 100 Global Technology Leaders are the organizations poised to propel the future of technology. We salute them,” said Brian Scanlon, chief strategy officer, Thomson Reuters.

To see the full list of the Thomson Reuters 2018 Top 100 Global Technology Leaders and learn more about the program’s methodology, download the full report and visit http://tr.com/top100tech. Join the discussion on Twitter #TRtech100.

Company name Country/region of headquarters
Accenture Ireland
Acer Taiwan
Adobe United States of America
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) United States of America
Advantest Japan
Akamai Technologies United States of America
Alphabet United States of America
Amazon United States of America
Amdocs United States of America
Analog Devices United States of America
Apple United States of America
Applied Materials United States of America
ARRIS International  United States of America
ASE Group Taiwan
ASM Pacific Technology  Hong Kong
ASUS Taiwan
Atos France
Autodesk United States of America
CA Technologies United States of America
Canon Japan
Capgemini France
Celestica Canada
CGI Canada
Cisco  United States of America
Cognizant United States of America
CommScope United States of America
Computacenter United Kingdom
Computershare Australia
dormakaba  Switzerland
DXC Technology United States of America
eBay Inc. United States of America
Ericsson Sweden
Facebook United States of America
FUJIFILM Japan
Fujikura Ltd. Japan
Fujitsu Ltd. Japan
Gemalto Netherlands
HCL Technologies Ltd. India
Hewlett Packard Enterprise United States of America
HP United States of America
IBM United States of America
Infineon Technologies Germany
Infosys India
Intel United States of America
Intuit United States of America
Lam Research  United States of America
Leidos United States of America
Lenovo China
LG Electronics Korea; Republic (S. Korea)
LITE-ON Technology Taiwan
ManTech International Corporation United States of America
Mastercard United States of America
Micron Technology United States of America
Microsoft United States of America
Motorola Solutions United States of America
Nanya Technology Taiwan
National Instruments  United States of America
NCR Corporation United States of America
NEC Japan
Nokia
Finland
Nvidia United States of America
NXP Semiconductors Netherlands
Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd. Japan
ON Semiconductor United States of America
Oracle United States of America
PEGATRON Corporation Taiwan
Powertech Technology Inc. Taiwan
Qisda Corporation Taiwan
Qualcomm United States of America
Quanta Computer Taiwan
Renesas Electronics Corporation Japan
ROHM Japan
Salesforce United States of America
Samsung Electronics  Korea; Republic (S. Korea)
SAP Germany
Seiko Epson Corporation Japan
Sharp Corporation Japan
Siliconware Precision Industries Ltd. (SPIL) Taiwan
SK Hynix Inc. Korea; Republic (S. Korea)
SONY Japan
Sopra Steria France
STMicroelectronics Switzerland
Symantec Corporation United States of America
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (TSMC) Taiwan
Tata Consultancy Services India
Tech Mahindra India
Tencent China
Teradata United States of America
Texas Instruments United States of America
Tieto Finland
Tokyo Electron Japan
Total System Services (TSYS) United States of America
Unisys United States of America
United Microelectronics Corporation Taiwan
VMware United States of America
Wipro India
Wistron Corporation Taiwan
Workday United States of America
Xerox Corporation United States of America
ZTE Corporation China

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