Prague, 17 December 2020 – Adastra has been recognised in the 25th edition of the prestigious Czech 100 Best competition. In the Information and Communication Technology category it ranked alongside companies that had an immediate impact on the living standards of the Czech populace in 2020.
Adastra has been striving for years to advance the possibilities for the effective use of data and help companies with digital transformation. “We realise projects that allow our clients to achieve their business goals. This year was a specific one for all companies, as they had to adapt to the coronavirus situation and restrictions. So we at Adastra rapidly prepared a number of technological solutions, such as an intelligent platform for monitoring the number of people in workplaces or the smart planning of shifts, where Artificial Intelligence helps with safety in large companies. I am delighted that these activities have helped us to be ranked in the prestigious Czech 100 Best competition,” says Adastra CEO Pavel Kysela.
The twenty-fifth edition of the Czech 100 Best competition is organised by the Comenius Pan-European Society for Culture, Education and Scientific & Technical Cooperation. The goal of the competition is to find, select and recognise Czech companies nationwide that achieve exceptional results in the broadest possible spectrum of economic activities. This year’s edition also recognised companies and institutions from fields that that benefitted and had an immediate impact on the living standards of the Czech populace in 2020.