Ellie Mae has been named one of America’s Best Small Companies by Forbes Magazine. Ellie Mae was ranked 34th on the list of 100 companies. I know you’re wondering why Ellie Mae was recognized, and probably more, how you can be recognized for the great things that you do. Here’s the scoop:
According to Kurt Badenhausen, senior editor at Forbes, the America’s Best Small Companies list features outfits with strong sales and earnings growth across industries. Candidates must have been publicly traded for at least a year, generate annual revenue between $5 million and $1 billion and boast a stock price no lower than $5 a share. The rankings are based on earnings growth, sales growth and return on equity in the past 12 months and over five years.
“At Ellie Mae, our focus has always been on providing our clients with innovative technology and superior customer service, and we have been rewarded with high levels of adoption and market share growth,” said Jonathan Corr, president and chief operating officer of Ellie Mae. “We are pleased to be recognized for our efforts on Forbes’ list alongside other high-performing companies.”
For more information on Forbes’ America’s Best Small Companies go to www.forbes.com/best-small-companies.
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About The Author
Tony Garritano is chairman and founder at PROGRESS in Lending Association. As a speaker Tony has worked hard to inform executives about how technology should be a tool used to further business objectives. For over 10 years he has worked as a journalist, researcher and speaker in the mortgage technology space. Starting this association was the next step for someone like Tony, who has dedicated his career to providing mortgage executives with the information needed to make informed technology decisions. He can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.