It’s been an exciting summer here at Curotec. We’re pleased to announce that our company has been named to both the Inc. 5000 and Philadelphia Civic 50 lists, and we couldn’t be more proud of our culture and our teams.
The 2021 Inc. 5000 List
We are extremely proud to announce that Curotec was named to the 2021 Inc. 5000 list. The prestigious list is intended to identify those privately held companies across the U.S. with the fastest revenue growth over a three-year period.
This hallmark of entrepreneurial success has been populated by such industry giants as Pandora, Zappos, Zipcar, and 7-Eleven. This year’s honorees include healthcare companies like Revolutionary Clinics, fintech innovators like Dave, and energy firms like Paxon Energy. The entire list can be viewed and searched here.
“Our teams are 100% of the reason why we’ve received these notable honors,” said Brian Dainis, Curotec CEO. “We’re so lucky to have such a talented, dedicated, and customer-focused team that supports a culture of giving while striving to be the best that they, and we, can be.”
Curotec offers a suite of IT solutions, from custom application development, enterprise website development, and digital strategy services. To learn more about how Curotec can help your business succeed, contact us to discuss your specific needs.
Greater Philadelphia Civic 50 for 2021
The Greater Philadelphia Civic 50, presented by the esteemed Philadelphia Foundation, is a regional initiative that has been adapted from the program launched by the global non-profit Points of Light. The program is intended to recognize companies whose current activities and efforts align with civic best practices using a defined set of metrics, while also shining a light on the path for other companies to follow in their footsteps.
Using a free self-assessment tool powered by True Impact, companies can see how they measure up against others in their same size range and organizational capacity, providing the opportunity to set benchmarks and goals for improvement. Curotec, and other businesses in the greater Philadelphia region, rated highly on the four key metrics, including:
- Investment of resources
- Integration across business functions
- Institutionalization through policies and systems, and
- Impact measurement
You can learn more about the Civic 50 initiative on the Philadelphia Foundation’s Civic 50 web hub.