In a year full of honors for Bridge360, the accolades continue to pour in for the software and applications services company with its latest inclusion on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in America. Bridge360 earned the position of 1,549 on the 2013 list that monitors growth over the previous three-year period.
Inc. magazine has been recognizing top-performing companies for 32 years with its list, and the competition was as strong as ever for the 2013 edition. The median company on the list saw increased sales of 142 percent since the start of 2010, while the average honoree grew 468 percent.
“It’s been a truly remarkable few years for us,” said Bridge360 CEO,
Bridge360 was one of 342 Software companies on the Inc. 5000 list, and ranked 119 among those companies. Bridge360 also ranked 35th of 96 Austin-based companies, and 122nd of 387 Texas companies.
A truly bootstrapped company, Bridge360 was founded through the entrepreneurial spirit of now CEO
Kicking off this year of acclaim for Bridge360, the company was honored with the 2013 International Service Award by Global Austin and the
Bridge360 improves and develops custom application software at the enterprise level of a company, focusing on critical proprietary applications. By specializing in solving complex problems at every phase of the software development lifecycle, Bridge360 removes roadblocks to help clients' software and applications reach their goals in any market.
The Bridge360 customer base includes world technology companies, leading system integrators, federal and state government agencies, and small to enterprise businesses across the globe. Bridge360’s clients span industries from legal to healthcare, automotive to energy, and high tech to high fashion; all counting upon Bridge360 to clear a path for their success.
Bridge360 was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in
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