Over 100 AZ companies make 2015 Inc. 5000 List
Co-written with Tishin Donkersley
Inc. 5000 released their 2015 list of the 5,000 fastest growing private companies in America. These companies are determined by their percentage of revenue growth over a period of four years.
A total of 109 Arizona companies made the list, with 84 of those being located in Phoenix and surrounding areas. Of the 109 companies, the tech and digital media industries are represented well by companies like GoDaddy, ZOG Digital, and WebPT.
“Making the list once was a huge accomplishment, so it’s pretty incredible to think that we’ve been able to sustain the growth necessary to keep the streak going for three years in a row,” WebPT CEO Paul Winandy said. “I’ve got to hand it to the amazing team we’ve assembled, because they’re the ones pushing the envelope day in and day out to propel the company to new heights.”
This year, software was the fifth fastest growing industry at 158 percent.
AZ software companies that made the list:
Fraud Posse – 196
WebPT – 723 – A web-based provider of electronic medical record (EMR) for physical therapists. The company raised a significant round from Battery Ventures to fuel growth
360 Cloud Solutions – 865 – Acquired by IMS Health
CFM – 1820
B2Gnow – 2238 – The leading diversity management software has seen this INC list before and growing at a fast pace
GPS Insight – 2734 – Leading technology provider of GPS fleet tracking software that had been awarded the Stevie Award and CEO was a finalist in the E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2014
FATHOM Water Management – 2960
Tiempo Development – 3983 – A nearshore software development company specializing in enterprise cloud solutions. The company recently raised $2.2M for expansion and job growth
LawLogix Group – 4094 – a leading Software as a Service (SaaS) provider to immigration attorneys and human resource professionals. The company won a Stevie Award and appointed new officers.
Read our coverage of other companies that have made the list:
Inilex – the leading GPS-based recovery software solution was acquired by Sperion. CEO Inilex Michael Maledon discusses how the employees helped bring the company back from near closure.
GoDaddy – CEO of the world’s leading technology provider for small businesses talks gender gap.
Healthiest You – a telehealth company recently launched their mobile version of the service.
Higher Ed Growth – a post-secondary education marketing agency that bridges the degree searching process between prospective students and schools is gearing up for back-to-school.
Tallwave – a commercializer recently announced their latest cohorts.
Blue Media – Darren Wilson speaks at Phoenix Startup Week
Read the complete Inc. 5000 list here.