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7 area businesses make fast-growth Inc. 5000 list

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Seven Springfield-area businesses made the annual Inc. 5000 list that measures fast revenue growth among U.S. private companies.

On the list published by Inc. magazine, Springfield-based e-commerce and digital marketing firm OMG Commerce ranked the highest among local firms. The list ranks companies by 2017-19 revenue growth.

OMG Commerce, which won its category of 8-15 years in business last month for Springfield Business Journal's Economic Impact Awards, ranked No. 1,679 on this year's Inc. 5000. That's up from No. 2,416 last year. OMG Commerce reported 2019 revenue of $5.7 million.

Below are the local companies that ranked on the annual Inc. 5000 list.

OMG Commerce, No. 1,679
Description: Springfield-based e-commerce and digital marketing firm
Three-year revenue growth: 256%
Last year's rank: No. 2,416

GigSalad, No. 1,881
Description: Springfield-based online events and talent booking platform
Three-year revenue growth: 224%
Last year's rank: No. 1,741

Paragon 360, No. 2,472
Description: Springfield-based audio-video and lighting business
Three-year revenue growth: 166%
Last year's rank: NA

Little Sunshine’s Enterprises Inc., No. 2,690
Description: Springfield-based early childhood education centers
Three-year revenue growth: 150%
Last year's rank: No. 1,950

Environmental Works Inc., No. 2,934
Description: Springfield-based environmental consultant and contractor
Three-year revenue growth: 135%
Last year's rank: No. 3,650

Russell Cellular Inc., No. 3,006
Description: Battlefield-based Verizon phone and service supplier
Three-year revenue growth: 130%
Last year's rank: No. 3,816

The Payroll Co., No. 4,483
Description: Springfield-based provider of payroll, taxes and benefits management
Three-year revenue growth: 72%
Last year's rank: No. 4,276


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