Inc. Magazine Names SPARC to the Inc 500 as the 14th Fastest-Growing Private Company in America

SPARC has earned the position of 14 on the 2013 Inc. 500, an exclusive ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States. With a three-year growth of 12,862.5%, SPARC is the highest-ranked company in both the software category and in the state of South Carolina.

SPARC, a leading software product development company and a SC Best Place to Work Winner, announces its induction into the 2013 Inc 500. An exclusive listing of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, SPARC ranks 14th on the list with a three-year revenue growth of 12,862.5%, and is tops in both the software category and among South Carolina-based companies.

SPARC, known for its award-winning culture and ability to attract top talent, specializes in taking software product development from idea to market, offering everything from app prototype development to product launch strategy. SPARC develops software and mobile applications for the government and commercial sectors, specializing in health & benefits systems, intelligence security, employee recognition, green energy management, big data analytics, and mobile application development.

“To have SPARC earn the 14th position on the Inc 500 is a major accomplishment for our team, and reinforces our model of people-focused innovation,” said Eric Bowman, SPARC CEO. “To be recognized in the top tier of the Inc. 500 in our first year of eligibility reflects the effort, value, and energy the SPARC team brings to our customers every day.”

SPARC will be featured along with brands like Intuit, Zappos, Microsoft, Pandora, Oracle, and LivingSocial in the September issue of Inc. Magazine. Complete results of the Inc. 500, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region, and other criteria, can be found at http://www.inc.com/500.

“Like many of the other knowledge-based companies on the Inc 500, our success comes directly from the spirit of innovation our people bring to work each day,” Bowman added. “It’s passion and effort like theirs that continues to propel SPARC, the tech sector, and America into the future.”

SPARC headquarters is open to the public for tours, and the team encourages anyone to stop by and see the culture in action. If you can’t wait for a tour, SPARC is hosting Hackathon 3D, its annual coding competition, on August 24, 2013. The free event is open to the public, features 30 app development teams from around the Southeast competing for cash and prizes, and will be loaded with all the food, drinks, beer, music, games, and fun attendees can handle.

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