Siena Imaging - 100 Most Competitive And Virtuous Companies In Central Italy

Siena Imaging – 100 most competitive and virtuous companies in Central Italy

Siena Imaging has seen a 230% growth in turnover and 300% growth in employment

Siena Imaging

One of the 100 most competitive and virtuous companies in Central Italy and among the 21 Tuscan companies, 4 of which are in the province of Siena, that received the High Budget Honour during the 56th Industria Felix event. The award is given every year to companies that have distinguished themselves for management performance, financial reliability and ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) values and was presented in Rome in recent days during the initiative organised by Industria Felix Magazine, Il Sole 24 Ore’s quarterly magazine on economics and finance, in collaboration with Cerved, Luiss Guido Carli University and A.C. Industria Felix.

Siena Imaging and performance over the past five years. Siena Imaging is based in Siena and was founded in 2017 to offer neurologists, neuroradiologists, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies brain imaging indices, software and volumetric analysis functional to the study of the development of certain diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis.

The company, now one of the leaders in the sector, counts on the experience gained in the laboratories of the University of Siena and counts among its partners and founders Nicola De Stefano, professor of Neurology at the Department of Medical, Surgical and Neuroscience Sciences; Marco Battaglini, researcher at the University of Siena and CEO of Siena Imaging; and Giacomo Demurtas, computer scientist. In the last five years, turnover has grown by 230 per cent and employment by 300 per cent.

100 most competitive and virtuous companies in Central Italy

“The recognition awarded to Siena Imaging,” says the CEO of the Siena-based company, Marco Battaglini, “rewards a great team effort and consolidates the commitment of our entire team to continuously improve the company’s activities and its ethical and social sustainability. Our presence at this event, which brought together important national and international companies, was also a further opportunity to make Siena Imaging known to new interlocutors, enhancing our work in the development of brain image indexes, software, and volumetric analyses functional to the study of brain pathologies with increasing use of cloud and open source”.

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