The Fastest-Growing Private Companies program was launched 14 years ago by the Puget Sound Business Journal to identify and recognize companies speeding to the top of their industries. To be eligible, companies must: be privately held and headquartered in Washington; have at least $500,000 in net revenue in 2005; show an overall growth from 2005 to 2007 fiscal years; and agree to have their CPA confirm their net operating revenues with Puget Sound Business Journal and accounting partner Grant Thornton.
“By continuing to invest in our employees and going above and beyond for our clients, we hope to see continued growth in the future,” says Tony Richardson, CTO and co-founder. “As we continue to expand outside the northwest, we hope to bring our successful model to other regions of the world.”
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