Fishers Company Makes 'Fast 500' List

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ClearObject, formerly known as CloudOne, is headquartered in Fishers. ClearObject, formerly known as CloudOne, is headquartered in Fishers.
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Fishers-based ClearObject is included in the 2017 Deloitte Technology Fast 500. The list ranks the top 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. It's the second consecutive year ClearObject has been included on the list.

The Internet of Things company, formerly known as CloudOne, is the only Indiana-based company on the list, coming in at number 292. Last year, the company was ranked 190.

The rankings were determined based on each company's fiscal year revenue growth from 2013 to 2016. ClearObject Chief Executive Officer John McDonald says his company saw revenue growth of 297 percent during that period. He says ClearObject's close proximity to the manufacturing, transportation and agriculture industries as well as its relationship with its customers helped drive the growth.

Washington-based Donuts Inc. tops the 2017 Fast 500 list, followed by ClassPass Inc. in New York, Toast in Boston, Aratana Therapeutics Inc. in Kansas, and Theravance Biopharma US Inc. in California. You can view the full list below:

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