Colorado Spring-based software developer Quantum Metric was among nine Colorado companies on Deloitte’s North America Technology Fast 500, ranking 158th with 868% revenue growth between 2017 and 2020.
12 Colorado Springs companies are on the Inc. 5000 list
Quantum Metric became Colorado Springs’ first startup “unicorn”, a new venture with a market value of at least $ 1 billion, after raising a record $ 200 million in venture capital in January.
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The Fast 500 list includes the fastest growing North American companies in the technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, fintech and energy technology industries, based on the growth of revenue from 2017 to 2020. Irvine, Calif. based medical device maker Axonics topped the list with 87.037% growth over the three-year period.
The other eight companies, all from the Denver area, include Maxwell of Denver, ranked 65th with 2,513% growth from 2017 to 2020; Liqid of Broomfield, ranked 131st with a growth of 1,034%; Englewood’s Aytu Biopharma, ranked 178th with 758% growth; Denver Red Canary, ranked 252nd with 520% growth; Evolve of Denver, ranked 276th with 467% growth; BillingPlatform of Centennial, ranked 381st with 305% growth; Zynex Medical of Englewood, ranked 459th with growth of 242%, and Adcellerant of Denver, ranked 472nd with growth of 231%.
Wayne Heilman, The Gazette
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