The company’s 2015’s ranking marks its 3rd year in a row on the prominent list of U.S. corporate powerhouses.
Leading U.S. financial technology company TouchSuite has once again earned its place on the elite Inc. Magazine list of the 500 fastest growing private companies in America, this year moving up from #259 to #160 among the nation’s most successful enterprises. The Inc. list, which represents a comprehensive look at one of the most important segment of the U.S. economy – private enterprise – has now included TouchSuite for three years running.
“When I started TouchSuite, I started with the goal to secure at least one new client every day. Today, this company consists of a talented team of 80+ individuals, building, selling and supervising groundbreaking SMB technology for thousands of clients each year,” said TouchSuite CEO Sam Zietz. “I’m honored that we continue to rank high among Inc.’s 500, and I’m even prouder that the talented team here keeps us climbing that list year after year.”
TouchSuite has been rapidly expanding its team over the past several years, surpassing annual revenue goals and increasing from 36 employees in 2012 to a team of 81 today, with plans for continued growth through 2015. Beyond its place on Inc. Magazine’s prominent list, TouchSuite has also been the recipient of a number of awards and accolades, including its recognition as fastest growing privately held company in South Florida in 2014, as well as the fastest growing technology company in the entire state, by the Business Journals of Florida. Zietz was personally recognized that year as the winner of EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year for Florida and was named one of the South Florida’s Ultimate CEOs in 2014 by the South Florida Business Journal. The company was also presented with the Governor’s Business Ambassador award last year during a press conference at its headquarters with Governor Scott himself.
Now in its 34th year, the Inc. 500 list is a gold standard of entrepreneurial business awards. To make it among the top 500 companies on the list, honorees have to have grown at least tenfold over the past three years. As a 2015 honoree, TouchSuite now shares a pedigree with such companies as Intuit, Microsoft, GoPro, Patagonia, Zappos and Planet Fitness, among others. Inc. will profile the top 500 companies, including TouchSuite in an upcoming issue.
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