Minnesota Tech Businesses To Watch
Headquartering 17 Fortune 500 companies, Minnesota is already full of recognizable names in the business world, but there is a movement happening that is bringing more and more to the Twin Cities.
Technology companies are found all over in large cities, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Chicago, New York City only begin to make up the list and now Minneapolis and Saint Paul are facing recognition. Home to these great tech startups, five Minnesota companies have also been included in Deloitte Technology’s 2016 Fast 500 list.
Software company Code42, founded in 2001 works with huge names in business, education and more, backing up data with their CrashPlan solution. Every file is backed up to a secure platform and protected, which limits risk, heightens privacy and prevents data loss.
Deloitte Ranking: 335
Founded in 2011, FireFly Computers specializes in bringing great hardware and technology solutions to businesses of any size and with any budget that are easy to use and help you to get all the parts of your business on the same page.
Deloitte Ranking: 187
Promoting the idea of a better experience for Apple products in businesses and schools, Jamf works to bring IT solutions to empower Apple users. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Jamf is growing at an exponential rate, with offices in nine countries, and managing more than 7 million devices.
Deloitte Ranking: 396
Qumu sells technology that focuses on video management and publication for business. Qumu allows you to create, distribute, edit and protect your video content.
Deloitte Ranking: 303
3D printing company Stratasys works to not only innovate, but also to simplify design issues. Stratasys works on all levels; from single part design and manufacturing to building your company an entire lab of 3D printers.
Deloitte Ranking: 331