BroadRiver Communication Corporation, a privately-held, Atlanta-based provider of managed data and cloud computing services is experiencing tremendous growth in the Atlanta market, a fact that is borne out by its many achievements, one of which was being recognized by Inc.500|5000 list.
“These recent recognitions and achievements are simply a testament to the dedication of our incredible team, the great support we’ve received from the Atlanta community throughout our history, and the customers we are privileged to serve every day,” said BroadRiver general manager Kevin Beebe, in a press release.
The 2011 Inc. 500|5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth when comparing 2007 to 2010. Eligible companies needed to be U.S. based, privately-held and independent with a generating revenue of $100,000 for 2007 and $2 million for 2010.
It acknowledged BroadRiver for the second consecutive year. The list mentions firms that have a continuous sales growth rate above 94 percent. BroadRiver also ranked 224 in the IT Services category and 70 among Inc. 500|5000 firms across the metro Atlanta area.
BroadRiver indicates three-year sales growth rate of 129-percent that is well above the specified Inc. 500|5000 median. The company thrives on delivering technical innovation, cost savings, and customer service day in and day out. This level of customer-service dedication is noticed by clients new and old, regardless of company size.
Editor to Inc. magazine, Jane Berentson, said, “Now, more than ever, we depend on Inc. 500|5000 companies to spur innovation, provide jobs, and drive the economy forward.”
One of the company's customers was impressed by the BroadRiver's ability to competently handle last minute changes. Joe Huggins, account manager at CineFilm Lab said, “All the patient and professional efforts from BroadRiver team members Greg Stimpson, Harold Collins and John Comerford made us feel as if they were our in-house IT team.”