For the fourth consecutive year, Inc. magazine ranked Atlanta-based Rainmaker Group in its exclusive Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest growing private companies. A world leader in automated price optimization software and services for the gaming/hospitality and multifamily housing industries, Rainmaker, at number 2745, is one of only 10 software companies in the 11-state southeast U.S. region and one of only 37 software companies in the nation to be included on the list four times.
Rainmaker had three-year revenue growth of 136 percent, up six percent from its 130 percent gain from 2013. The company has added 64 employees from 2010 to 2013, including recent staff expansion in the Las Vegas market.
Rainmaker Chief Executive Officer Bruce Barfield said, “We’re proud to once again be included in this elite group of fast-growing companies and prouder still of creating seven-and-a-half percent of the software sector jobs created by the Inc. 5000 between 2010 and 2013. We’re truly fortunate to have loyal customers who depend on our proven revenue management solutions to drive their top-line pricing. The business climate has been so strong of late that our customers are more reliant than ever on our solutions to help ensure they consistently and accurately forecast demand and optimally price to achieve the highest profitability from their assets.”
Rainmaker Co-Founder and President Tammy Farley said, “This award never gets old. It’s a real testament to the strength of our company and our ability to provide proven, results-oriented profit optimization solutions. Customers continue to tell us that Rainmaker’s a trusted advisor because our people are revenue experts who know their products and they’re 100 percent focused on helping them drive results.”
Earlier this year, Rainmaker earned its second consecutive Pacesetter Award from the Atlanta Business Chronicle as one of Atlanta’s 100 fastest growing private companies. The award is given to privately owned businesses in the 20-county Atlanta metro area which are not subsidiaries of other companies, have had 2013 revenue between $1 million and $300 million and two-year sales growth of more than 50 percent.