Hoosier Businesses Ranked Nationally For Growth

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More companies from Indiana made the 2016 list than the 2015 list. More companies from Indiana made the 2016 list than the 2015 list.
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An annual list that spotlights the country's fastest-growing private companies includes 72 businesses based in Indiana. The Inc. 5000 ranks companies based on their percentage of growth over the last three years.

Three companies from Indiana, Evansville-based eLuxurySupply.com, Impact CNC LLC in Columbia City and Indianapolis-based DoubleMap Inc., were ranked in the top 100 in 2016. eLuxurySupply.com was also number one in the state on the 2015 and rose 11 spots in a year. The second and third-highest ranked in Indiana in 2015 were HighPoint Global at #26 and Meister Cook at #41.

All businesses on the list from Indiana have reported annual revenue of at least $2 million. The states with the most companies on the list are California with 666, Texas with 395 and Florida with 338.

The Indiana companies on this year's list are:

  • 4. eLuxurySupply.com 23,620% $30.6 million
  • 50. Impact CNC 4,930% $19.5 million
  • 93. DoubleMap 3,415% $3.5 million
  • 174. Hoosier Hill Farm 2,088% $2.7 million
  • 253. Her Hair Company 1,570% $4.8 million
  • 259. SmartBox Web Marketing 1,534% $4 million
  • 270. Carved 1,480% $2.5 million
  • 502. Fizziology 756% $2.7 million
  • 623. The Garrett Companies 622% $5.9 million
  • 637. InfraWare 608% $5.4 million
  • 669. SmarterHQ 585% $3.8 million
  • 701. Sells Group 563% $2.3 million
  • 724. Rook Security 544% $8.5 million
  • 804. Activate Healthcare 495% $18.3 million
  • 853. Sondhi Solutions 463% $12.6 million
  • 900. Prime Real Estate 446% $4.2 million
  • 1009. CloudOne 393% $10.4 million
  • 1023. Diamond Hair Company 388% $2 million
  • 1163. PolicyStat 333% $3.5 million
  • 1474. Pondurance 260% $3.2 million
  • 1486. Spot Freight 257% $63.7 million
  • 1488. After Action Medical and Dental Supply 257% $2.5 million
  • 1495. Apex Energy Solutions 255% $2.4 million
  • 1628. Nix Companies 231% $4 million
  • 1712. Ruoff Home Mortgage 217% $48 million
  • 1767. Hanapin Marketing 211% $4.5 million
  • 1884. The Basement 198% $5.3 million
  • 1974. Formstack 188% $7.2 million
  • 1997. Peepers by PeeperSpecs 187% $8 million
  • 2045. Element Three 183% $6.7 million
  • 2171. T2 Systems 169% $67.1 million
  • 2352. Project Management Academy 154% $13.8 million
  • 2396. MS Companies 151% $87.7 million
  • 2423. Mainstreet 149% $178.9 million
  • 2609. Hudec Woodworking 135% $9.7 million
  • 2645. Advopay 133% $8.5 million
  • 2768. RAMS Investing 126% $2.9 million
  • 2801. SmartIT Staffing 125% $47.9 million
  • 2850. Britton Marketing & Design Group 122% $9 million
  • 2893. Peoplelink 119% $318.2 million
  • 2895. Elwood Staffing 119% $804.2 million
  • 3084. Mahomed Sales and Warehousing 110% $115 million
  • 3305. Senior1Care 100% $5 million
  • 3361. Aerodyn Engineering 98% $21.7 million
  • 3374. Day Online Solutions 97% $4.2 million
  • 3435. Bottom-Line Performance 95% $3 million
  • 3444. enVista 94% $61.3 million
  • 3451. FlashPoint 94% $4 million
  • 3525. N2N Technologies 90% $2.1 million
  • 3734. Novae 82% $82.4 million
  • 3772. PTS Diagnostics 81% $45.1 million
  • 3881. Shepherd Insurance 77% $23.3 million
  • 3907. Equian 76% $86.4 million
  • 4077. Williams Creek Companies 70% $6.9 million
  • 4143. RICS Software 67% $5.6 million
  • 4145. LTC Language Solutions 67% $6.4 million
  • 4266. Renaissance Electronic Services 63% $31.4 million
  • 4370. Roberts Heating Air conditioning & Refrigeration 60% $3.8 million
  • 4410. Lewellyn Technology 59% $10.4 million
  • 4608. TrendyMinds 53% $6.6 million
  • 4611. American Specialty Health 53% $331.9 million
  • 4615. Thompson Thrift Construction 53% $179.9 million
  • 4655. ProTrans 51% $291.5 million
  • 4745. OmniSource Marketing Group 49% $12.6 million
  • 4748. Unique Home Solutions 49% $26.3 million
  • 4798. Scorpion Coatings 47% $6.5 million
  • 4815. America's Window 46% $22 million
  • 4819. Safe Hiring Solutions 46% $2.6 million
  • 4861. Allegient 45% $31.9 million
  • 4931. Gant Travel Management 43% $10.7 million
  • 4956. Safety Management Group of Indiana 42% $17.5 million
  • 4998. Stratosphere Quality 40% $102.2 million

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