Winshuttle’s 373 Percent Revenue Growth Drives Selection
Bothell, Wash. – November 21, 2012 – Winshuttle today announced it has once again earned a place on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America. Winshuttle’s business grew by 373 percent from 2007 to 2011, landing the company at No. 226. For the seventeenth consecutive year, software companies dominated the list, comprising 40 percent of the overall list. Winshuttle ranked 83 among the 200 software companies.
Winshuttle enables business users to automate critical ERP transactional processes, without programming. By integrating Excel, SharePoint, Web forms and other familiar interfaces with their ERP systems, Winshuttle empowers its customers to maximize their investments in enterprise systems such as SAP and Oracle.
“It’s an honor to be included again in this year’s Technology Fast 500,” said Lewis Carpenter, CEO of Winshuttle. “Thousands of customers trust Winshuttle to accelerate their SAP operations in critical business areas like Master Data, Finance, and Shared Services. Winshuttle’s growth has been a direct result of our team’s commitment to continually expanding the value that we provide to customers and partners.”
Additionally, Winshuttle recently earned a ranking of 66 on the Puget Sound Business Journal 100 fastest-growing private companies list. Winshuttle made the Hall of Fame of companies with 5+ awards, an honor only achieved by 10 other companies.
About Deloitte’s 2012 Technology Fast 500™
Technology Fast 500, conducted by Deloitte & Touche LLP, provides a ranking of the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies — both public and private – in North America. Technology Fast 500 award winners are selected based on percentage fiscal year revenue growth from 2007 to 2011.
In order to be eligible for Technology Fast 500 recognition, companies must own proprietary intellectual property or technology that is sold to customers in products that contribute to a majority of the company’s operating revenues. Companies must have base-year operating revenues of at least $50,000 USD or CD, and current-year operating revenues of at least $5 million USD or CD. Additionally, companies must be in business for a minimum of five years, and be headquartered within North America.