Telesphere Makes Inc.'s 500 / 5000 List of Fast-Growing Private Companies Hosted Cloud Communications Provider Shows Exponential Year over Year Growth; Three-Year Growth Rate Tops 274 Percent
PHOENIX, Aug. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second year in a row, Telesphere, the leading pure-play provider of cloud-based unified communications services for businesses, has been named to Inc. Magazine's annual list of the 500 / 5000 fastest-growing private companies in the United States. The list represents the most comprehensive look at America's independent entrepreneurs, who are widely acclaimed to be the U.S. economy's most important segment.
Telesphere placed No. 1148 on the full list of 5000 companies, at No. 28 on the telecommunications list and No. 19 among Phoenix-area companies ranked by Inc.
The magazine for business entrepreneurs cited Telesphere for growth over the last three years of 274 percent. Telesphere's 2011 revenues of $25.6 million ranked it first among providers of cloud communications services, the company said.
"The recognition from Inc. for the second straight year is great news for us. It reflects the success we've had with enterprise customers choosing Telesphere as their provider of hosted unified communications services and giving us the kind of growth trajectory that Inc. finds noteworthy," said Telesphere CEO Clark Peterson. "It's also a tribute to the entire Telesphere team for their unwavering focus on satisfying our customers' needs."
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Telesphere is the leading pure-play provider of unified cloud communications. It leads the market by delivering carrier-grade performance and support for wireline and mobile devices to businesses over its private IP MPLS network, one of the largest of its kind in the nation. Offering a fully-integrated suite of unified communications capabilities, Telesphere's hosted services allow businesses of any size to enjoy all the latest voice, video, data and collaboration features of large enterprise systems without the costly investment in on-premises equipment.