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Inc. 500: Medical software firm, dog washing company rank among Tampa Bay's fastest-growing private companies

MedHOK is the fastest-growing private company in Tampa Bay and 25th-fastest-growing nationwide, according to the just-released annual Inc. 500 report looking at three-year revenue growth.

The Tampa health care software company surged in revenue from $185,000 to $17 million between 2010 and 2013, a 9,109 percent growth rate. MedHOK, which stands for Medical House of Knowledge, provides a cloud-based service covering both prescription and medical care needs.

Only six Tampa Bay companies are among the 39 Florida companies that made the cut for the 500 fastest-growing.

The others are:

•Splash and Dash for Dogs International (#211), a St. Petersburg company that sells memberships for unlimited dog washing and brushing services.

•E-Push! E-Share! (#325), a St. Petersburg provider of automated print services.

•LabTech Software (#354), a Tampa firm that offers platforms for remote monitoring and management of IT systems.

•Progressive Dental Marketing (#398), a Clearwater agency focused exclusively on the marketing of dentistry services.

•Convene (#430), a Tampa company that provides enterprise IT, cloud services, custom software, mobile services and IT staffing.

The annual Inc. 500 list is part of the larger Inc. 5000 list of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. This year's Inc. 5000 included 303 Florida companies.

Inc. 500: Medical software firm, dog washing company rank among Tampa Bay's fastest-growing private companies 08/20/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 20, 2014 5:52pm]
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