Softrams – WBJ 75 Fastest Growing Companies in Greater Washington - Softrams

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Ashley Cosey
October 9, 2020 468 views

Washington Business Journal 75 logo

Washington Business Journal 75 logo

Washington Business Journal announced its annual Fastest Growing Companies award program in October this year and Softrams made the list! The program ranks 75 companies by average revenue growth, so getting on this list is no easy task.

While the Washington Business Journal has been highlighting these companies for years, 2020 marks the third year that Data Editor, Carolyn Proctor, has compiled a list of privately held companies for the awards program.

What are the Qualifications?

Companies must be locally headquartered and independently owned with no parent company as of the date our survey process ended. Revenue for the companies also had to grow for each of two consecutive years between 2017 and 2019. Each company’s revenue had to total at least $2 million in 2017 and at least $10 million in 2019.

We Are Honored

Here at Softrams, we are constantly evolving and finding new innovative ways to make life easier for millions. This achievement could have not been accomplished without the hard work of everyone at Softrams and the confidence our clients have in us.

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