The Southeast portion of the U.S. is home to businesses of all sizes that have thrived and experienced rapid growth over the past few years. Within this region, Atlanta is spearheading innovation in a broad range of industries across the tech sector. This metro is building a name for itself as the fastest-growing tech hub in the Southeast, and the trend has not been overlooked by Inc. magazine.
Inc. released its latest list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country. Extended from the Inc. 5000 list, the Inc. Regionals pinpoints the fastest-growing companies within specific regions.
Based on their percentage of revenue growth from 2018 to 2020, 173 companies comprised the list for the Southeast region. Of these, 38 companies hail from Georgia, many of which are based in cities within the Atlanta metro. Overall, these local companies — spanning all industries — raised $1.2 billion in revenue, added 19,004 new jobs and had a median growth rate of 181 percent over the two-year time frame.
Read on to learn more about the Atlanta tech companies that ranked the highest on Inc.’s latest list.
Rank #73, 183% Growth
Business management software company SingleOps serves enterprise customers spanning industries like landscaping, lawn care and tree care with the goal of helping them grow revenue, increase profitability and improve customer satisfaction. The company provides solutions for customer management, mobile estimating, time tracking, scheduling, payments and real-time business insights. SingleOps last raised a $6 million growth round in 2020.
Rank #55, 239% Growth
The company is a certified Workday services partner that integrates with the enterprise management platform to help companies put their organizational data to use and influence well-informed business decisions. Invisors most recently secured a minority growth investment from WestView Capital Partners for an undisclosed amount in August. It planned to leverage the funding to improve its client services and solutions and create opportunities to expand its internal team.
Rank #48, 273% Growth
OneTrust offers enterprises a software platform that works to help them manage privacy, security and governance requirements. The company recently announced the appointment of its first-ever business affairs chief Kim Rivera, who previously worked at HP. To date, OneTrust has raised $920 million in funding following its Series C back in April and has exceeded a valuation of $5 billion.
Rank #45, 298% Growth
Specializing in custom integrations, application development and data services, Fleet Hoster works by leveraging data from telematics company Geotab to help companies support their fleet operations. It distributes solutions like dash cameras, asset trackers and cold chain monitoring. The company is based in McDonough and has established a partnership with Israeli telematics company Surfsight.
Rank #31, 397% Growth
VDart serves companies across a range of industries with a suite of software solutions to help them along their digital transformations. With customers in the automotive, manufacturing, energy, utilities and healthcare spaces, Alpharetta-based VDart equips them with technology tools for things like AI, blockchain, digital engineering, automation, cybersecurity and quality assurance.