The 10 best performing software companies in 2022

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The packaged software industry includes companies that offer multiple pieces of software bundled together to form a complete package. Microsoft (NASDAQ:) Office, for example, is a complete software because it includes many other applications, such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and others.

The demand for software packages is on the rise mainly due to the increase in IT investments in the retail sector. Let’s take a look at the 10 best performing software companies in 2022 (so far).

We used year-to-date performance data from software stocks to rank the 10 best performing software companies in 2022.

  1. Simulation Plus (5%)

Founded in 1996 and based in Lancaster, California, this company offers modeling and simulation software and consulting services. Shares of Simulations Plus Inc (NASDAQ:) are up nearly 1% in the past three months and more than 26% in the past year.

Simulations Plus shares are trading at over $49 (52-week range of $106.48 to $162.36), giving it a market capitalization of over $980 million.

  1. Qualys (5%)

Founded in 1999 and based in Foster City, California, this company offers cloud-based security and compliance solutions. Shares of Qualys Inc (NASDAQ:) are up more than 14% in the past three months and nearly 30% in the past year.

As of this writing, Qualys shares are trading at over $142 (52-week range of $106.48 to $162.36), giving it a market capitalization of over $5.40 billion. dollars.

  1. Powerbridge Technologies (9%)

Founded in 1997 and based in Zhuhai, China, this company develops SaaS solutions and Blockchain applications. Shares of Powerbridge Technologies Co Ltd (NASDAQ:NASDAQ:) are down more than 11% in the past three months and nearly 49% in the past year.

As of this writing, shares of Powerbridge Technologies are trading at over $0.50 (52-week range of $0.2518 to $2.2100), giving it a market capitalization of over 50 millions of dollars.

  1. Citrix systems (10%)

Founded in 1989 and based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, this company provides information technology solutions, including a digital workspace that unifies applications, data and services. Shares of Citrix Systems (NASDAQ:CTXS) are up nearly 7% in the past three months, but down more than 3% in the past year.

At the time of this writing, shares of Citrix Systems are trading at over $103 (52-week range of $78.07 to $108.84), giving it a market capitalization of over $13 billion. dollars.

  1. Activision Blizzard (13%)

Founded in 1979 and based in Santa Monica, California, this company develops and publishes interactive entertainment content and services. Shares of Activision Blizzard Inc (NASDAQ:) are down nearly 4% in the past three months and more than 3% in the past year.

As of this writing, Activision Blizzard shares are trading at over $74 (52-week range of $56.40 to $86.90), giving it a market capitalization of over $58 billion. of dollars.

  1. Changing health care (28%)

Founded in 2007 and based in Nashville, Tennessee, this company develops a healthcare technology platform to deliver data and analytics-driven solutions. Shares of Change Healthcare Inc (NASDAQ:) are up more than 19% in the past three months and more than 31% in the past year.

At the time of this writing, shares of Change Healthcare are trading at over $27 (52-week range of $18.97 to $27.59), giving it a market cap of over $8.90. billions of dollars.

  1. Sierra Wireless (NASDAQ:) (74%)

Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, the company offers cloud-based device and networking solutions, and operates through the Embedded Broadband and Internet-of-Things Solutions (IoT) segments. ). Shares of Sierra Wireless Inc. (TSX:) are up nearly 31% in the past three months and more than 97% in the past year.

As of this writing, Sierra Wireless shares are trading at over $30 (52-week range of $13.44 and $30.97), giving it a market capitalization of over $1 billion. of dollars.

  1. SurgeCountry (133%)

Founded in 2006 and based in Bartlett, Tennessee, it is a technology-driven company that has developed a supply chain software platform. Shares of Surgepays Inc (NASDAQ:) are down nearly 3% in the past three months and nearly 22% in the past year.

At the time of this writing, SurgePays shares are trading at over $4.60 (52-week range of $1.7600 to $7.3000), giving it a market capitalization of over $59 million. of dollars.

  1. Sunrise New Energy (168%)

Founded in 2014 and based in Beijing, China, this company offers consulting services to small and medium-sized businesses through a peer-to-peer business services and knowledge sharing platform. Shares of Sunrise New Energy Co Ltd (NASDAQ:) are up more than 57% in the past three months and more than 36% in the past year.

As of this writing, shares of Sunrise New Energy are trading at over $2.40 (52-week range of $1.0500 to $6.4200), giving it a market cap of over $2.40. $68 million.

  1. CYREN (242%)

Founded in 1991 and based in Herzliya, Israel, this company provides cloud-delivered Software-as-a-Service cybersecurity solutions. Shares of Cyren (NASDAQ:) are down nearly 51% in the past three months, but are up more than 60% in the past year.

As of this writing, CYREN shares are trading at around $1 (52-week range of $0.1800 to $13.8700), giving it a market capitalization of over $8 million.

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