EO Nashville Members in the News: Dan Hogan, Jeremy Werthan, Elliot Holt, Michael Brody-Waite and James Fields

In last Tuesday’s Tennessean, Dan Hogan [Medalogix] discussed how Medalogix directly addresses the Affordable Care Act’s challenge to reduce hospital readmissions in the Tennessee Voices section of the paper. The Nashville Business Journal also addressed local companies, including Dan’s, that are innovating to meet the needs of the ACA. Read that story here.

Jeremy Werthan [Werthan LLC] was profiled in the September 14 edition of the Nashville Business Journal. Jeremy has seen a 35% increase in revenue after merging his countertop company with his brother’s tile business.

Elliot Holt [Medi-Copy Services] was also interviewed by the Nashville Business Journal for last week’s issue. You can read the interview here.

The Nashville Post once again covered Michael Brody-Waite’s [InQuicker] impressive growth. You can read that post here.

Lastly, James Fields’ [Concept Technology, Inc.] article about virtualization, a best practice for green IT, was featured in The Tennessean on Sunday.

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20 EO Nashville Companies Recognized by Inc. 500|5000

Once again, EO Nashville members had a solid showing on the Inc. 500|5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. This year, 20 EO Nashville member companies were included on the list. That represents 40% of Middle Tennessee companies on the list, and 23% of all Tennessee-based companies on the list. Not bad, when you consider that EO companies represent just 0.7% of the 15,000 businesses in Nashville.

EO Nashville members who made the 2012 Inc. 500|5000 list are:

These 20 companies employee 1,326 individuals; grew at an average rate of 199% from 2008 to 2011; and have combined 2011 revenues of $287 million. Furthermore, of the three Tennessee companies that made the Inc. 500, two were EO member companies: Medicare.com and Teknetex.

According to the magazine, companies are chosen for the list by comparing revenue growth from 2008 to 2011. Companies must be U.S.-based, privately held, independent, for-profit and not a subsidiary or division of another company. Revenues in 2008 must have been at least $100,000 and at least $2 million for 2011.

The full list can be accessed at inc.com/inc5000.