1. Ultra Mobile
The Costa Mesa, California, wireless company, founded in 2011 by David Glickman, posted an astonishing 100,849 percent rise in sales, to $118.2 million, from 2011 to 2014.
The nearly-20-year-old cloud and big data service grew its sales an impressive 28,365 percent, to $34.4 million, from 2011 to 2014. In five years, CEO Adesh Tryaga wants Tryfacta to become a “20,000-employee company with over $3 billion in revenue.”
3. Optima Tax Relief
This Santa Ana, California-based tax services firm launched in 2011. Optima Tax Relief’s three-year revenue jumped more than 26,007 percent, to $33.6 million, from 2011 to 2014. Over that same period, its headcount grew to 302 from eight.
4. Castle Medical
Founded by Scott Damron in 2004, the Smyma, Georgia, workplace-drug and genetics tester Castle Medical grew its sales 25,485 percent, to $83.7 million, from 2011 to 2014.
5. Quick Bridge Funding
Co-founded in 2011 by Ben Gold and Jason Osiecki, the Irvine, California alternative lender credits its 24,138 percent three-year sales growth rate to its focus on transparency.
The San Mateo, California, ad tech firm gives brands insight into online and offline consumer behavior. The five-year-old company, founded by Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan, saw its revenue jump 23,484 percent, to $32.9 million, from 2011 to 2014.
Gil Dudkiewicz founded the mobile advertising platform for developers in 2008. The New York City firm notched $37.1 million in sales in 2014, up 22,036 percent from 2011.
8. Restore Health
Matt Wanderer’s seven-year-old company, based in Madison, Wisconsin, offers personalized medicines to physicians and patients. Restore Health posted $30.5 million in sales last year, a 21,753 percent growth rate from 2011.
Co-founded in 2011 by Walter Driver, Scopely publishes free-to-play games–and business is booming. The Culver City, California, company’s 2014 revenue reached $32.1 million, up more than 19,500 percent from 2011.
With $31 million in 2014 sales–an 18,888 percent hike since 2011–the social network founded by financial industry veteran Bill Wade easily cracked the 2015 Inc. 5000.