AMX005- Company Lists

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Part
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Company Lists - Wholesale Construction

We compiled a spreadsheet of medium-sized companies that sell construction materials wholesale; "medium-sized" companies generate $30M to $300M in annual revenue. To find these companies, we started by using the client’s list of suggestions, and then used these to search for any of their competitors. We made sure the chosen results fit the client’s parameters (annual revenue of $30M to $300M, selling construction materials wholesale in the United States). We included some companies that were slightly below the revenue range given by the client, but that are still considered medium-sized companies.
A few examples of these companies include Oldcastle Inc., Titan America, Monarch Cement, and Veritiv Operating Company. A total of 20 companies were included in the Wholesale Construction tab of this spreadsheet. We included the name and website URL for each of the companies, as well as the sources where most recent annual revenue was found. To locate each company’s revenue, the client’s parameters were used to search Owlers.com (or other websites where necessary).
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Company Lists - Wholesale medical supplies and OTC pharma

SUMMARY

Some medium-sized wholesale medical supplies and OTC pharmaceutical companies that sell in the US include Pacira Pharmaceuticals, Iroko Pharmaceuticals, Rochester Drug, TIDI Products, and Crosstex International. We have compiled a list of 23 companies in the wholesale medical supplies and OTC pharma tab of the attached spreadsheet as requested.
To compile the list, we first focused our search on wholesale medical supplies and OTC pharmaceutical companies that operate in the US and then selected those with annual revenue between $30 million and $300 million as requested. We have entered each company's name, website, and annual revenue in the spreadsheet provided as requested. In addition, we have also included sources in the spreadsheet.
To wrap up, we have completed the wholesale medical supplies and OTC pharma tab of the attached spreadsheet as requested.
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Company Lists - Wholesale apparel and fabric

Details for 20 wholesale apparel or fabric companies that operate in the United States have been added to this spreadsheet. Below you will find a breakdown of our methodology.

Wholesale Apparel

We were able to find 17 wholesale apparel companies that operate in the United States. 16 of them are within the requested revenue range of $30 million to $300 million. One, Hit Promotional, was just outside the range at $354 million. We have included this company for two reasons. First, these are estimated revenues, so their revenue could be below $300 million. Second, it was tricky to find wholesale apparel companies that fit all the criteria, mostly due to the fact that private companies do not have to release their revenue information.

Wholesale Fabric

We were able to find three wholesale fabric companies that operate in the united states, however, they are below the required $30 million minimum revenue. We performed an exhaustive search in attempt to find companies that fit the criteria. First, we looked for lists of top wholesale fabric companies and came up with no credible or recent results. Second, we searched for U.S. wholesale fabric companies and found many companies, but either no revenue information or very low revenues for the ones we could find. Third, we searched for wholesale fabric suppliers for large designer stores, but that information was also unavailable, likely due to the fact that big designers do not wish to disclose who they buy from. Lastly, we checked out some large textile wholesale trade shows, like Texworld USA, to see if we could pull exhibitors from their lists. While we did find many exhibitors, we again could not find revenues, or found very low revenues. Because of these reasons we have included the three wholesale fabric companies that we did find that had revenues that were somewhat near the minimum requirement as they may prove helpful to know.

In conclusion, the details for each wholesale company can be found in the Wholesale Apparel & Fabric tab of this spreadsheet.
Part
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Part
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Company Lists - Computer Software / Office Supply

A total of 26 fast-growing, medium-sized companies that sell computer software and/or office supplies to consumers and/or wholesalers in the United States were identified for this project, based on findings from the 2017 Inc. 5000 List. These companies include Domo, Signal Digital, Smartsheet, HighJump, ipipeline, Velocify, Open Systems International, Information and Computing Services, WorkWave, Intone Networks, Nintex, KeyMark, Centrify, Black Mountain Systems, Kyriba, ASP Global, Vision33, Chetu, AgileThought, IQMS, The Rainmaker Group, WideOrbit, SofterWare, Acquia, SendGrid, and Code42. In the attached spreadsheet, you will find the name of each company, a link to the corporate website, annual revenues, and sources. Below, you will find a discussion of the methodology used to construct this spreadsheet, and a brief overview of our findings.

METHODOLOGY

In order to construct a list of medium-sized companies that sell computer software and/or office supplies, my colleagues and I relied primarily on the 2017 Inc. 5000 List, which is a reputable ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States across a number of industries. As you requested a focus on companies targeting sales of computer software and/or office supplies to a United States consumer base, this pre-compiled list provided a geographically appropriate starting point for our research. While it was not a required criterion, all companies included in this list have corporate headquarters in the United States, and can thus be reasonably assumed to target American consumers and/or wholesalers.

We narrowed our focus to define "medium-sized" as companies reporting annual revenues between $30 million and $300 million. We then focused on identifying companies identified in the"computer software and/or office supplies industries. We identified the following categories of products and services offered in these industries: automation, accounting, enterprise resource planning (ERP), cash management, field force management, cloud computing, application development, reseller, and inventory management. Although these categories of products and services pertaining to computer software and/or office supplies are not exhaustive, utilizing these parameters permitted us to construct a robust list of 26 companies meeting your criteria in the scope of one request. In the attached spreadsheet, we have included the name of each company, a link to the corporate website, annual revenue, and links to sources utilized. We have also included a brief overview of our findings below.

OVERVIEW OF FINDINGS

A total of 26 medium-sized companies were identified in the computer software and/or office supplies sectors for inclusion in the attached spreadsheet. These companies are identified below, in no particular order. Annual revenues are included in parentheses.

1. Domo ($79.9 million)
2. Signal Digital ($44.4 million)
3. Smartsheet ($64.3 million)
4. HighJump ($174.8 million)
5. ipipeline ($93.8 million)
6. Velocify ($45.2 million)
7. Open Systems International ($79.9 million)
8. Information and Computing Services ($35.7 million)
9. WorkWave ($44.1 million)
10. Intone Networks ($45.9 million)
11. Nintex ($89.3 million)
12. KeyMark ($31.9 million)
13. Centrify ($81.2 million)
14. Black Mountain Systems ($30.3 million)
15. Kyriba ($63.5 million)
16. ASP Global ($37.4 million)
17. Vision33 ($33.1 million)
18. Chetu ($36.7 million)
19. AgileThought ($35.4 million)
20. IQMS ($53.5 million)
21. The Rainmaker Group ($46.8 million)
22. WideOrbit ($118 million)
23. SofterWare ($54 million)
24. Acquia ($153.2 million)
25. SendGrid ($79.9 million)
26. Code42 ($107 million)

CONCLUSION

In summary, we have identified 26 medium-sized companies selling computer software and/or office supplies that target United States consumers and/or wholesalers. All companies identified are medium-sized, with annual revenues between $30 million and $300 million. These findings, as well as a link to each company's corporate website, have been inputted into the attached spreadsheet.
Sources
Sources

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