PlattForm Makes Ingrams List of Top 100 Privately Held Companies Ranked by Growth

Lenexa, Kan. (PRWEB) August 19, 2013

Ingrams magazine, the independent voice of Kansas Citys business community, has again named PlattForm in its list of top 100 privately held companies ranked by growth. PlattForm appeared at No. 53 in 2013, having moved up from No. 75 in 2012.

Dave Admire, Chief Integrity Officer at PlattForm, said, Were thrilled to make Ingrams list of growing companies again, and as always, were thankful to be part of the greater Kansas City community. We started with a unique culture, knowing that would attract the best talent and be the strongest foundation for our business. That talent and focus has helped and will continue to help us produce for our clients.

Ingrams listed $ 99,090,000 in gross revenue for PlattForm for year-end 2009 and $ 171,000,000 for year-end 2012, achieving a growth rate of 72.57 percent. At the time of publication, PlattForm had 330 full-time employees and has since hired more.

PlattForm is a leading provider of comprehensive marketing and enrollment-management services to colleges and universities. Ingrams list of top 100 privately held companies ranked by growth included honorees from industries as diverse as financial services, logistics, insurance, technology and realty.

For more information, please contact Sean Bryan, Senior Brand Strategist, at sean.bryan(at)plattform(dot)com or 913.254.6752.

About PlattForm

Since 1989, PlattForm ( has set the standard of excellence in providing marketing services and enrollment solutions for colleges and universities worldwide. The firm, headquartered in suburban Kansas City, boasts an internal staff of more than 550 industry experts. As thought leaders in postsecondary education, PlattForm has helped more than 4,000 colleges and universities improve the lives of millions of individuals. Specialties include search engine marketing, interactive lead generation, online marketing, traditional media placement and creative services.

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