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We are TOP 100 Innovator!

Top 100 Siegel

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This is the second time that we have received the TOP 100 seal, which is only awarded to particularly innovative medium-sized companies in Germany. What could be better than being thanked for the work we have done?

  • For our customers, proof that we are able to transfer the demands placed on us into innovative solutions at any time thanks to our holistic thinking, the interdisciplinary cooperation of all specialist areas and our know-how.
  • For us, confirmation that we are on the right course with our innovations – we are proud of that!

We thank our great SIOS team!



On June 24, 2022, we will additionally be honored for these achievements in person by the competition’s mentor, science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar.

At the heart of the TOP 100 innovation competition is a scientific selection process that all applicants must undergo. On behalf of compamedia, the organizer of the comparison, innovation researcher Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke and his team examined SIOS on the basis of more than 100 innovation indicators from five categories:

  • Innovation-promoting top management,
  • Innovation climate,
  • Innovative processes and organization,
  • External orientation/open innovation and
  • Innovation success.

In principle, the TOP 100 analysis is concerned with the question of whether a company’s innovations are just a product of chance or are systematically planned and thus repeatable in the future. Special weighting is given to the question of whether and how innovations and product improvements succeed on the market.

“To what extent is a company focused on innovation? How consistently do its structures follow this objective? With TOP 100, we examine this,” explains Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke, the scientific director of TOP 100. “The most innovative medium-sized companies receive the seal. It shows that they are excellently equipped to meet future challenges.”