Atlas Research Makes 5000 List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies for Sixth Time; Robin Portman Quoted

Robin Portman

Atlas Research has made Inc’s 5000 List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies for the sixth consecutive year, Atlas reported on Wednesday.

“What an exciting time,” said Robin Portman, president and CEO of Atlas Research. “I’m proud of our continued growth and being on this list. I look forward to delivering even more agile, innovative results in support of vital government missions affecting millions of Americans.”

The 2019 Inc. 5000 achieved a three-year average growth of 454 percent, and a median rate of 157 percent. The Inc. 5000’s aggregate revenue was $237.7 billion in 2018, accounting for more than 1.2 million jobs over the past three years.

“The companies on this year’s Inc. 5000 have followed so many different paths to success,” said Inc. editor in chief James Ledbetter. “There’s no single course you can follow or investment you can take that will guarantee this kind of spectacular growth. But what they have in common is persistence and seizing opportunities.”

About Atlas Research 

Atlas Research provides mission-driven services to the federal government to help overcome their most pressing challenges in health care. Our work positively impacts vulnerable populations, tests innovative interventions to support critical patient groups, energizes communities to help address societal problems, provides essential training programs around emerging needs, and promotes interagency collaborations and public-private partnerships to improve care delivery and health system performance.

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