With more businesses focused on digital transformation, EPAM works closely with its global customers to help them become digital at their core - transforming not only their technology strategy, but also business, design and operations to run smarter and faster in markets that are continually facing technology change.
Since the company's IPO in 2012, EPAM has reported 30 consecutive quarters of over 20% year-over-year organic revenue growth and reported $1.84B in FY 2018 revenue with a 2019 guidance of at least 23% growth.
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EPAM has identified 21 blockchain use cases across six industries, including agriculture, consumer packaged goods, manufacturing and retail, insurance, healthcare, life sciences and transportation and logistics.
'On behalf of the members of BiTA, I welcome EPAM Systems to the Alliance,' said BiTA President Patrick Duffy.
To learn more about EPAM's blockchain expertise, visit www.epam.com/blockchain.