Named the 157thfastest-growing U.S. firm was Forcivity of Manchester, which provides software consulting and system integration services to clients in the manufacturing, high-tech and nonprofit sectors.
The company, which reported a three-year revenue increase of 2,464%, was also among the top five New England-based firms on the Inc. list.
“We’re truly honored to be featured on the Inc. 5000 list and debuting at such an incredible ranking,” said Steve Baines, Forcivity’s CEO and founder.
Also named to the list were:
No. 564, RagingBull.com of Lee, with a growth rate of 831%, a provider of market educational resources whose platforms allow users to work with and observe traders.
No. 1,122, Foundation Armor, Amherst, 403%, a manufacturer of industrial-grade concrete sealers and coatings.
No. 1,192, Saltwater Collective, Portsmouth, 380%, a provider of development, animation, branding, and digital marketing services.
No. 2,594, Well Told, Exeter, 157%, a creator of drinkware, home décor and accessories that emphasize craftsmanship and personalization.
No. 2,640, Bootstrap Software Partners, Portsmouth, 154%, which ads email analytics, responsive HTML design, and list management tools to enterprise email program clients, such as Microsoft Outlook and Exchange.
No. 2,680, Marshall Scientific, Hampton, 150%, a provider of refurbished lab equipment to universities, hospitals and research labs worldwide.
No. 2,800, Air Solutions & Balancing, Auburn, 142%, which offers certified testing, adjusting and balancing services for the HVAC industry and is a national distributor of the EcoAzur-Intellinox Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation product.
No. 3,219, Alkemy Partners Instruction and Design, Amherst, 118%, a provider of clinical and market access training services, including medical writing, training facilitation, subject matter expertise, leadership development and sales force effectiveness.
No. 3,391, C3 Metrics, Portsmouth, 111%, which offers attribution data cloud and enterprise Microsoft Technology Associate software that transforms outdated reporting into real-time cross-platform insights.
No. 3,845, LED Lighting Supply, Nashua, 93%, which offers a comprehensive selection of energy efficient LED lighting for industrial and commercial customers. Its clients include electrical contractors, facility managers and general buyers.
No. 3,975, Wilcox Industries Corp., Newington, 88%, which designs and manufactures tactical military and law enforcement equipment and supplies and specialty equipment for the medical industry.
No. 4,262, PixelMEDIA, Portsmouth, 78%, which delivers web and mobile services, application design and development, user interface design, multimedia design, website hosting, and website management.
No. 4,283, Microtime Computers, Amherst, 77%, which delivers a comprehensive package of IT products and services, specializing in high-level technology management.
No. 4,471, Make a Difference Landscaping, Lee, 72%, which provides landscaping services to commercial clients in southern New Hampshire.
No. 4,473, IT Management Solutions, Salem, 72%, which provides IT support and services that help with virtualization, cloud backups, email encryption and hosted servers.
No. 4,494, Mainstay Technologies, Belmont, 71%, whose services include social media, SEO, web design and IT services mid-sized businesses, nonprofits and municipalities.
No. 4,698, The Michael Bean Group, Portsmouth, 64%, a provider of real estate services with 15 offices in northern New England.
No. 4,756, Exacom, Concord, 62%, which provides multimedia logging recorder software for communications used by police and fire agencies, emergency medical services, 911 communications centers, government agencies, military departments, healthcare centers and hospitals, among others.
No. 4,986, Merchants Fleet, Hooksett, 56%, which offers fleet management services, including fleet optimization, driver productivity and cost and risk management as well as software to help companies analyze total cost of ownership and right-size their fleets.