12 Aug, 2015

nVisium Makes Inc.'s 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies

by nVisium Team

nVisium is extremely proud to be ranked #431 on the Inc. 500 list of America’s fastest growing private companies this year. nVisium has seen a surge in growth over the last few years, with a three-year growth rate of 1,087.4%. As a privately funded and completely bootstrapped company, we attribute this success to several factors.

First and foremost, we are incredibly grateful for the relationships we have with our customers, who continue to spread the word about us. Many of our original customers came to us through our friends and family networks, so maintaining strong customer relationships is of utmost importance to us. It has become a core value that is ingrained in our company’s culture.

Secondly, our mission is to address the shortcomings we’ve witnessed within the security services industry. Both our code remediation and hybrid assessment services are a direct result of addressing clients’ needs that simply weren’t being resolved in a traditional services engagement. Solving a problem more intelligently and doing so at scale is the hallmark of a successful business strategy.

Lastly and most importantly, we hire extraordinary people and let them drive the company’s success. This means hiring smart, motivated, assertive people who work well in a team setting. At nVisium, leadership’s role is to facilitate, guide, and mentor teammates while these exceptional people do exceptional work for our customers. “To see the company grow from just three of us working in a small, cramped office to ten times that working not only in Washington, DC, but also nationwide, it’s pretty incredible” remarked CEO Jack Mannino, who founded the company in 2009.

We would like to thank Inc. Magazine for ranking us on their prestigious list of the 500 fastest-growing private companies in the United States. It is an honor to be included. We plan to focus on improving operations, expanding our service offerings, and continuing to build great technology. Growth is merely a side effect of doing so.