10 Inconspicuous Minnesota Tech Companies Busy Making Millions

You won’t see them on the demo stage, read all about their latest venture capital round, or hear them shouting all over social media. Instead, these ten modest Minnesota tech companies are focused on the one thing that matters most in business: serving customers and generating revenue:

 

Now Micro serves as a premier information technology partner to organizations across a range of industries, including education, government, banking, hospitality and retail. 2016 Revenue: $42.8m

Trbhi is full-service technology company, with expertise in all aspects of development and best in class delivery model with flexible framework. 2016 Revenue: $2.9m

Dedicated Networks sells new and used networking and computer products, with a specialization in Cisco and Juniper equipment. 2016 Revenue:$27.5m

 

SeQuel Response develops strategies and performs database marketing and a data-driven testing methodology to increase clients’ sales and profitability. 2016 Revenue: $36.7m

EXB Solutions is a software engineering company that serves the public and private sector related to medicine, aerospace and defense. 2016 Revenue: $16.6m

Professional Consulting offers a range of IT services such as IT staffing, contract-to-hire, mobile development, cloud computing, permanent staffing, and software as a service. 2016 Revenue: $4.6m

Open Systems International supplies automation software & services to the electricity, oil and gas, transportation and water industries.  2016 Revenue: $79.9m

Corporate Web Services specializes in website design, application development, and web hosting. 2016 Revenue: $2.4m

Customer Contact Services offers virtual telephone reception and customer service to clients worldwide, 24/7.  2016 Revenue: $8.7m

Firefly Computers provides organizations with cost-effective technology and hardware. 2016 Revenue: $32.5m

*All data and descriptions sourced from the 2017 Inc. 500/5000. For additional analysis, see: Visualizing The 2017 Inc. 500 | 5,000 Of Minnesota Tech

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