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These 15 Delaware companies made the Inc. 5000 list

Health IT company ChiroFusion was the state's fastest-growing company, according to the magazine.

A Wilmington office tower. (Photo by Flickr user david son, used under a Creative Commons license)

Inc. released its annual ranking of the nation’s 5,000 fastest-growing companies. Inc. hails these companies as “heroes of the U.S. economy.”
Fifteen Delaware companies made the cut this year. The biggest growth was achieved by health software company ChiroFusion at a booming 1,545 percent over the past three years. That was good enough for ranking No. 257.


The highest revenue was raked in by Newark’s Integrity Staffing Solutions, with a hefty $549 million haul. The company landed at No. 3373 on the list.


Here are the other Delaware-based companies on the list (and their ranking):

  • Swift Capital (No. 368)
  • IPC Store (No. 609)
  • Placers (No. 758)
  • Astoria Company (No. 1190)
  • Chesapeake Plumbing and Heating (No. 1422)
  • Synchrogenix (No. 1511)
  • X5 Networks (No. 1696)
  • TekSolv (No. 3002)
  • Implify (No. 3631)
  • Adesis (No. 3790)
  • The Encima Group (No. 3960)
  • Worldwide Incorporators (No. 4153)
  • Precision AirConvey (No. 4216)

Sister site Technical.ly Philly has a list of Philadelphia-area companies that made the cut.

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