22 Atlanta-Area Companies Ranked on the Deloitte 2021 Technology Fast 500 List

The national ranking features companies across a range of industries, from logistics to healthcare, fintech and more.

Written by Abel Rodriguez
Published on Nov. 17, 2021
22 Atlanta-Area Companies Ranked on the Deloitte 2021 Technology Fast 500 List
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Every year, consulting firm Deloitte releases its list of the fastest-growing tech companies in North America. The list features tech companies across a range of industries, from media to life sciences, fintech, energy and more. It also features businesses from all over the U.S. and Canada.

The 2021 Technology Fast 500 list ranks companies that have experienced the most revenue growth over a three-year period, with this year’s ranking taking into account revenue growth from 2017 to 2020.

In total, 22 Atlanta-area companies were included on this year’s list. While most businesses featured are based in Atlanta proper, several companies in the surrounding suburbs also made the ranking, which serves as a testament to the innovation and ingenuity of the area. 

“The Fast 500 results validate that Atlanta is consistently proving itself to be a premier location for emerging-growth companies,” Ed Heys, Deloitte’s managing partner for Atlanta, said in a statement. “We not only have the ingredients that entrepreneurs need to launch new ideas, but we have the strong base of Fortune 1000 companies that can play a role in nurturing our tech community into a more mature sector.”

Read on for details about the top five Atlanta-area tech companies included in this year’s Deloitte ranking, and check out the full list here.


Rank #164, 806% Growth

Launched in 2013, Accushield is a healthcare startup that develops kiosks to check people in at assisted living facilities and take their temperature. Originally, the kiosks were intended for senior living communities, however, Accushield was able to adopt its tech during the pandemic to ask Covid-related screening questions and check individuals’ vaccination cards. The Atlanta-based company also offers a web-based platform in which facility managers can oversee and track visitors, staff and volunteers who have checked in with the kiosks. 


Rank #93, 1,735% Growth

Atlanta-based LeaseQuery offers niche accounting software intended to calculate tax rates for lease contracts. The company’s software helps businesses comply with federal and state financial reporting on rental agreements. Users are also able to upload their leases onto a digital cloud-based portfolio and have access to these documents on multiple devices. According to the company, its software is used by 2,000 businesses in over 87 countries.


Rank #55, 3,080% Growth

Atlanta-based OneTrust offers a privacy management software that automates tasks like data inventory, data monitoring and vendor monitoring. Launched in 2016, the security software developer has raised more than $926 million from investors, according to Crunchbase


Rank #23, 9,538% Growth

Cash is going out of fashion with younger generations, and Greenlight is helping parents and kids make the transition. The Atlanta-based company offers teen and child-friendly credit cards. The cards work though the Greenlight app, which allows parents to set chores and transfer money to their child’s debit card when the task is complete. Since launching in 2016, Greenlight has raised just over $556 million in funding, according to Crunchbase. Greenlight was also ranked on the 2021 Inc. 5000 list.


Rank #10, 18,309% Growth 

Clinching the number 10 spot, Banyan Software is an Atlanta-based software company that helps other software businesses grow.  Banyan seeks out software startups with annual revenue under $30 million and with high customer retention and provides capital and market expertise for these companies to grow. Unlike a traditional VC firms, Banyan never intends to sell startups it acquires. Banyan was also ranked on the 2021 Inc. 5000 list.


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