GREENVILLE, S.C.— Another month, another award for Kopis.
The software company located in Greenville has been named one of the 25 fastest growing companies in South Carolina for the second straight year.
Founded in 1999, Kopis has deep roots in the South Carolina technology community. With senior experience specializing in database administration and application development for healthcare and automotive manufacturing, they have a track record of success in critical areas.
This marks another award for Kopis honoring its growth. It has earned a spot on the Inc. 5000 list the past two years; was named CommunityWorks’ Entrepreneurial Success Story for 2019; is the current Greenville Chamber Small Business of the Year winner and earlier this month was named the fifth best place to work in South Carolina.
This SC Fastest growing program is presented by The Capital Corporation and cosponsored by HUB International Carolinas and Integrated Media Publishing. It is in its 19th year and serves as a way to acknowledge publicly and privately owned businesses for their growth in revenue and employment. The designation also serves as recognition of business’ contribution to the states’ economy.
The Top 25 companies this year will be honored at a luncheon on October 27, where the rankings in order from first through twenty fifth will be announced. Kopis was also honored last year and placed thirteenth.
“We’re honored to have been named one of the fastest growing companies in South Carolina,” said Andrew Kurtz, CEO of Kopis. “We’ve worked hard to ensure that we’re a company that is a great place to both work and grow.”
Kopis is a Greenville, S.C.-based technology firm focused on providing high impact software and cloud solutions to businesses and state agencies in the Southeast. With a growing team of over 40 employees, Kopis is one of the fastest growing software companies in South Carolina. To learn more visit, www.kopisusa.com.
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