IAG Named to Inc. 5000 for Sixth Time
When Inc. Magazine announced its prestigious Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies list recently, one brand that repeated on the list in 2015 earned an increasingly uncommon added distinction.
With growth enhanced by interest in its new ACA technologies and administration applications, Insurance Applications Group (IAG) — whose award-winning Essential StaffCARE product makes it the largest provider of ACA-compliant health plans and supplemental employee benefits to the staffing industry — was named to the 2015 Inc. 5000 list of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies for the fifth consecutive year. In doing so, IAG earned a place on Inc.’s Honor Roll — a distinction fewer than 18% of honorees achieve. It also marked IAG’s appearance on the list for the sixth time in seven years.
“We are thrilled to be recognized again as one of America’s fastest growing companies,” stated J. Marshall Dye, IAG’s CEO. “As one of very few firms nationally to make the Inc. 5000 Honor Roll, we dedicate this recognition to the commitment and hard work of our IAG team, and to the successful partnerships that we have created with our staffing industry clients and insurance industry colleagues.”
The Inc. 5000 list measures revenue growth from 2011 through 2014. To qualify, companies must be U.S. based and privately held, while meeting strict financial reporting requirements.
The magazine surveys private America’s independent businesses to take a comprehensive snapshot of that critical part of the economy. Participating companies vary widely in their focus, ranging from digital media companies, retailers and food and beverage companies to advanced manufacturers, telecommunications and technology businesses.
“We attribute IAG’s growth and success to our ongoing development of advanced technology solutions and ACA-compliant insurance products,” said Dye. “Our focus is on leading edge processes that are grounded in the fundamentals which make the insurance industry great. Our mission is to help our customers manage and mitigate their exposure to the increasing costs associated with the Affordable Care Act, and to meet their corporate responsibility to provide quality benefits to employees and their families.”
Nearly 30 million businesses are registered in the United States and thus eligible for consideration; past honorees have included Under Armour, Visa, Intuit, Timberland, Publix, Patagonia and Zappos.com.
And — of course — IAG.