BEAVERTON, Ore. (PRWEB)
July 02, 2015
Orchestra Software recently announced that it has been named among the Portland Business Journals (PBJ) Fastest-Growing Private Companies for 2015. Orchestra ranked 39th among the top 100 private companies with just over 288 percent revenue growth from 2012 to 2014 (144 percent year-over-year average). Orchestra Software also rounded out the 10th spot in the fastest-growing employment category, with 200 percent employee growth between 2012 and 2014.
The PBJ awards mark continued growth trends as Orchestra Software was recently recognized by the Inc. 5000, ranking number 704 among the top 5,000 private companies nationwide with a 643 percent three-year-growth increase between 2010 and 2013. Orchestra Softwares recent revenue growth and job creation over the past five years has made an impact in the local technology scene.
We are excited to be part of Portlands growing tech scene, said Orchestra Software vice president, Reshad Kazimee. The Portland metro area has proven to be a great environment for companies like Orchestra Software to build a foundation and employ local talent.
Orchestras ranking was revealed during a live countdown at the annual PBJ100 event, held on June 17, in Portland, Ore.
About Orchestra Software
Orchestra Software is an enterprise software company that creates industry vertical solutions that are scalable for large companies yet affordable enough for small growing companies. Orchestras industry-specific software consolidates all company operations into a single application, providing an unparalleled insight into the business and creating opportunity for cost savings and increased profitability.
Orchestra Software currently offers solutions to the downstream Oil & Gas industry and the craft brewery industry with plans to expand into new markets.
About the PBJ 100 Awards
The Portland Business Journals Fastest-Growing Private 100 Companies presents a detailed look at the top companies on the list based on revenue growth over the past two years. The growth rate of all 100 companies on the list is measured over a two-year time frame, between 2012 and 2014. Eligible companies must have recorded at least $ 250,000 in annual revenue in 2012, with headquarters in Oregon or Clark County, Washington.