Provides outsourced HR and professional
employer organization services to businesses.
240 2,002.1% $10.5M 27
IT WORKS RECRUITMENT
CEO: Gary Dytor, itworksrec.com
Places talent in niche markets.
250 1,950.8% $10.5M 36
•TBX 2012 DALLAS
CEO: Joe Fernandez, thebenefitsexpert.com
Utilizes a platform to help employees
understand and enroll in company benefits
348 1,428.9% $4.6M 25
2014 PORTLAND, ORE.
CEO: John Boone, profocustechnology.com
Specializes in contract sta;ng and consulting
and contract-to-hire in the I T industry.
425 1, 178.3% $4.2M 32
EASECENTRAL 2012 SAN FRANCISCO
CEO: David Reid, easecentral.com
Administers an online benefits-enrollment
platform built for insurance brokers and
475 1,060.8% $4.6M 62
QEO GROUP 2014 IRVING, TEXAS
CEO: David Disiere, QEO.com
Underwriter of commercial transportation
insurance within three broad categories:
energy, local delivery, and construction.
77 4, 206.3% $29.3M 78
ANDUS HEALTH BENEFITS
2014 CONSHOHOCKEN, PA.
CEO: Brian Husowitz, andusllc.net
Engages specialized strategies that enable
private companies to contain health care costs.
99 3,637.8% $3.9M 14
ELITE INSURANCE PARTNERS 2013 CLEARWATER, FLA.
CEO: Jagger Esch, medicarefaq.com
Sells Medicare (Medigap) supplemental insurance in 45 states and also life, long-term care,
disability, dental, and vision insurance.
112 3,458.3% $3.6M 28
• • HEALTHCARE.COM 2011 MIAMI CEO: Howard Yeh, healthcare.com
Operates a search engine that helps people
compare health care insurance plans, and buy
coverage that best fits their needs.
351 1,421.4% $26.2M 42
•CORE SOFT WARE TECHNOLOGIES
2011 PLAINSBORO, N. J.
CEO: Nagajyothi Pothukanuri, coresofttech.com
Installs technology related to the internet of
things, cloud technology, chatbots, and
Amazon Web Services.
63 4,475.4% $6.7M 55
ALTURNATECH 2014 BOCA RATON, FLA.
CEO: Paul Goldberg, alturna-tech.com
Provides advanced services to data centers
through new applications such as hyperconverged infrastructure.
129 3,081.7% $10.3M 6
STACKARMOR 2012 TYSONS, VA.
CEO: Gaurav Pal, stackarmor.com
Develops secure and compliance-oriented
IT solutions for regulated industries in
government, financial services, health care,
and energy, and for nonprofits.
136 2,949.2% $3.1M 4
STEALTH – ISS GROUP
2002 ARLINGTON, VA.
CEOS: Robert Davies and Dasha Deckwerth,
Sells cybersecurity products, and implements
international security standards and regulatory compliance.
167 2,573.2% $2.7M 16
2013 PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA.
CEO: Wade Hughes, 5qpartners.com
Consults on IT operations, applications
integration, private cloud management, and
help-desk support in the commercial real
195 2,278.4% $4.7M 32
CENTRAL POINT PARTNERS
2012 WES TERVILLE, OHIO
CEO: Pamela Stanczewski,
Works on a contracting, contract-to-hire, and
direct-hire basis within major programs across
all technology disciplines.
248 1,956.3% $2.1M 49
•SPRUCE INFOTECH 2011 EXTON, PA.
CEO: Venu Sangani, spruceinfotech.com
Delivers IT sta; augmentation, consulting,
and outsourcing services to commercial and
271 1,816.3% $3.9M 30
2009 ROCKVILLE, MD.
CEO: Gordon Barnaby, barnallen.com
Provides a suite of business and support services to government and commercial clients.
273 1,815% $54.5M 389
2007 PLAINSBORO, N. J.
CEO: Aravind Daruvuru, saligrams.com
Consults on technology, design, and implementation; provides IT sta; augmentation.
302 1,634.4% $3.4M 45
CIELOIT 2011 LUBBOCK, TEXAS
CEOS: Imre Szenttornyay and
Shannon Anderson, cieloit.com
Creates applications related to the internet
of things, including rapid development and
prototyping of custom-managed cloud
hardware and software.
331 1,492.7% $2.7M 17
ENSUNET TECHNOLOGY GROUP 2008 SAN DIEGO
CEO: Paul Robinson, ensunet.com
Focuses on I T integration, data-center design,
campus networks, virtualization, and data-center consolidation.
335 1,478.2% $3M 15
FLYWHEEL 2012 OMAHA
CEO: Dusty Davidson, getflywheel.com
Hosts a platform that allows users to quickly
build, launch, and manage WordPress sites.
344 1,445.3% $8.8M 105
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increasingly, those that focus on digital product delivery.
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