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Lone Star Analysis Makes Dallas 100 List of Fastest Growing Companies, being honored by the SMU Cox Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the Dallas area.
“Being named as part of the Dallas 100 list is an indication of our success as leading innovators in our industry and local community,” said Steve Roemerman, chairman and CEO, Lone Star Analysis. “The growth we’ve experienced is a direct reflection of our investment and dedication to delivering high-powered solutions to improve our customers’ operational and financial performance.”
The Institute annually ranks the Dallas 100 list of fastest growing entrepreneurial companies based on percentage growth and absolute dollar growth over the past three years. The Dallas 100 not only spotlights its companies’ economic contribution, but also honors their ingenuity, commitment, perseverance and overall entrepreneurial spirit. This year, the Institute worked with BKD LLP CPAs and Advisors to examine the sales for 2017 to 2019 from hundreds of companies to compile the rankings.
Releasing the names comprising this year’s coveted list is the precursor to the Dallas 100 awards gala, at which the companies’ rankings will be announced in order from 100 to one. The gala is scheduled for Spring of 2021.
To learn more about Lone Star Analysis, visit https://www.lone-star.com/about-us/. To see a complete list of all SMU Cox Dallas 100 companies for 2020, visit: https://www.smu.edu/cox/At-SMU-Cox/Press-Releases/SMU-Cox-Dallas-100-Oct-2020.
About Lone Star Analysis
Lone Star Analysis is a Dallas-based provider of applied decision intelligence and engineering solutions. We harness predictive and prescriptive analytics, artificial intelligence and inherent knowledge to enhance innovation, create economic strength, and make the world safer. Since 2004, organizations have trusted Lone Star to deliver actionable answers to complex problems in manufacturing, aerospace, defense, energy, logistics, transportation and more.
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