SFBJ Celebrates South Florida Success Stories at 2019 Fast 50 Awards

The highly anticipated fastest-growing companies lists return in 2019 with record-breaking growth.

The expansive lists are divided into two categories – companies with over $25 million in revenue in 2018, and those with under $25 million in revenue. The lists feature companies that showed sustained revenue growth from 2016 to 2018, and ranked by their percentage growth during that period.

Health care company NationsHearing topped the over $25 million list with a reported 13,843% revenue growth over the course of two years – the largest growth percentage ever to be featured on our lists.

The under $25 million list was led by tech company Digital Resource.

Technology is the largest growing industry featured on our lists with a total of 16 companies across both lists from the tech sector.

However, the Fast 50 lists continue to feature companies from a wide range of industries, including construction, real estate, accounting and insurance. The variety of industries further illustrates the many avenues of success in our region.

South Florida’s fastest-growing companies were honored at an Aug. 16 awards ceremony at Miami’s Jungle Island. The event’s corporate sponsors were Atlantic Broadband, BankUnited, Daszkal Bolton, Humana and Porsche West Broward. 

Congratulations to all our Fast 50 winners. The Business Journal looks forward to documenting your continued success. – Jessica Bryant

No. 5: The Revenue Optimization Cos.

Brands under The Revenue Optimization Companies’ umbrella target various aspects of retail operations to drive sales, lower costs, and create meaningful connections between consumers and brands.

One subsidiary, The Retail Outsource, is a sales performance agency. Engage By Mobile Insight and Vision By Mobile Insight focus on field management and sales conversion. The Consumer Insight is a full service customer experience management service provider. Symbits is a managed IT solution for small and medium businesses.

Its solutions have empowered T-ROC – as it’s known to employees and customers – to log 131.82% two-year revenue growth – from $62.88 million in 2016 to $85.14 million in 2017 and $145.76 million last year. Also in 2018, the company won a Gold Stevie Award from the American Business Awards as Entrepreneur of the Year.

The Coral Gables-based company has announced FLEX-ROC and Merchandising divisions. Its new T-ROC International will take the company beyond the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

“Retail is an ever-changing model, which we are always watching and evolving with,” said CEO and President Brett Beveridge, who appreciates the local entrepreneurial and tech scene. “All of this is what I love about living and working in South Florida, and it’s a big part of what has enabled us to continue to thrive and succeed.”

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