Recognized for Exceptional Revenue Growth and Expanding International Reach
Fairfax, Virginia, August 26, 2010 — Three Pillar Global, Inc., a leading provider of product strategy and development services for software vendors and software enabled enterprises headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, has earned a top ranking in Inc. Magazine’s 2010 listing of America’s 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies. The distinction reflects Three Pillar’s increasingly impressive performance, which has seen 2006 revenue of approximately $100,000 explode to in excess of $5 million in 2009; a growth rate of more than 5,000%. Company leadership explained that projected revenues for the year ahead are actually three times the level noted in the Inc. profile, and that Three Pillar is looking forward to record growth in 2010 based on its current run rate, backlog and pipeline.
Three Pillar founder and CEO David DeWolf credits this success to the talent and determination of his company’s 175-person staff, as well as to an ambitious, intelligently executed international expansion and acquisition strategy that now spans four continents.
“We’re extremely honored by Inc.’s recognition,” DeWolf said recently. “Our growth as always been guided by a genuine desire to deliver software strategy and development solutions that put business performance priorities first. Tactical mergers during the past three years amplified our product development, infrastructure, strategy, scalability, and shore-agnostic specialization.”
To the last advantage, DeWolf explained that being shore agnostic has allowed Three Pillar to balance domestic and overseas resources to best suit a client’s product outsourcing objectives. This provides clients with more efficient development and better pricing without compromising quality or control. Three Pillar offices in Romania and Argentina are already running at or near full strength to fulfill this capability.
According to Inc., qualifying as one of its 5,000 Fastest Growing Companies in America requires being US-based, privately held, for profit, and entirely independent; not a subsidiary or division of another company. Companies must also have built revenues from an initial minimum of $80,000 to at least $2 million between 2006 and 2009.
About Three Pillar Global
Founded in July 2006, Three Pillar Global specializes in software product engineering outsourcing, serving clients through a unique set of offerings focused on realizing significant business advantages. For more information, visit the Three Pillar website at www.3pillarglobal.com.