Clear Measure Fortune 5000

Inc. Magazine Ranks Clear Measure in the Top 25% of the 36th Annual Inc. 5000

Clear Measure is proud to announce that Inc. magazine ranked it at 1,163 in the 36th Annual Inc. 5000. The ranking puts Clear Measure in the top 25% of the Inc. 5000 on our first attempt to get included in the prestigious list. Inc. placed us in the top 25% after Clear Measure posted a three-year growth rate of 358%.

The Inc. 5000 list consists of successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment— small and mid-sized businesses.

According Clear Measure’s CEO, Jeffrey Palermo, getting into Inc. 5000 list was a validation of his belief in helping mid-sized clients gain increased productivity for, and control over, their legacy software. “Making it into the Inc. 5000 is an amazing honor for the Clear Measure team. We could never have made it without our customers trust and faith in our approach to helping them modernize and support their custom software solutions.”

A press release from Inc. announcing the Inc. 5000 stated that this year’s list is the most competitive crop in the list’s 36 year history: “The average company on the list achieved a mind-boggling three-year average growth of 481%. The Inc. 5000’s aggregate revenue is $206 billion, and the companies on the list collectively generated 619,500 jobs over the past three years.”

The Inc. ranking follows Clear Measure’s ranking at #1 in the Austin Business Journal’s 2016 Fast 50, a list of the fastest growing private companies in Central Texas. “It’s been an amazing year of growth for Clear Measure,” Palermo states. “We’ve been right to focus on companies in non-technical industries that want their software to become a true competitive advantage. In a time of incredible technology challenges, our customers all agreed that they needed a software development partner they could trust to do the job right the first time. That’s why our software development team is made up of accredited senior software engineers hired right here in the U.S., not ones outsourced from other countries.”

A complete list of the Inc. 5000 can be viewed here.