Austin's 2015 Fast 50 Announced: the 50 fastest-growing companies in Austin

  • August 31, 2015
  • Scott
BP3's Customer Conference, BPMCAMP, August 2015

BP3’s Customer Conference reception, BPMCAMP, August 2015

Every year the Austin Business Journal covers the Fast-50:  fifty of the fastest growing private companies in Austin.  Over the last 7-8 years, Austin has also been the strongest economy within which those fast companies are thriving.

We’re proud to announce that this year marks the 5th consecutive year that BP3 has appeared in the Fast50 list – and this year in the $10M+ category of companies.

To qualify, companies must have experienced dramatic revenue growth during the past three years. Financial data is submitted by the companies, verified by a third party and then we rank the top 50 according to compounded revenue growth.

A quick shout-out to some friends of BP3 colleagues that are in the list:

  • Agile Velocity
  • BuildASign
  • CSID
  • iTexico
  • Kinnser Software Inc.
  • Main Street Hub
  • OutboundEngine

As usual, there’s a bit of a shakeup in the makeup of the list.  Not quite as many real estate and constructions companies as there were two years ago, but still quite a few compared to the 2010-2012 era.  Tech still dominates the list overall.

It is an honor to be on the list – something that only happens if our customers continue to believe in us and invest in our software and services – and that is something that only happens when our team delivers great results for our customers.  We’ll share more after the reception (when we find out final results!) on October 22nd.

Congratulations to everyone at BP3!

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