WAYNE, PA--(Marketwired - Aug 20, 2014) - MavenWire LLC., a global leader in transportation management and supply chain logistics solutions, today announced that it was named to the 2014 Inc. 500|5000 list as one of the fastest growing private companies in America.
"It is a testament to the talent of the MavenWire family that in eight years we were able to grow from a two-man startup to a global enterprise," said MavenWire President and CEO Sam Levin. "We are excited to be recognized among the fastest growing American companies and look forward to continuing to climb in the years to come."
In less than a decade, MavenWire's operations expanded from a home office to a global presence. The company serves more than 60 clients worldwide, generates over $11 million in revenue, and employs more than 180 experts in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Early on, MavenWire built its reputation by being one of the most knowledgeable and customer-focused consulting and implementation providers in the transportation management industry. MavenWire maintains its original commitment to completely assess an enterprise to identify and leverage individual solutions.
Enterprises turn to MavenWire to optimize transportation management systems (TMS). With a strong support team, MavenWire deploys technology for more efficient shipping and tracking of goods, improved visibility throughout the supply chain, and streamlined operations -- resulting in measurable savings and quicker return on investment. By enabling clients to reduce transportation costs during the recent economic downturn, MavenWire solidified its standing in the industry.
MavenWire has consistently generated 30-40 percent annual growth and, through a series of expansions, acquisitions and mergers, has become a worldwide operation with offices and data centers in the United States, Europe, India, Singapore, and Australia.
To be considered for the 2014 Inc. 500|5000 recognition, Inc. Magazine requires a privately-held, independent, for-profit company to have exceeded its 2010 revenues in 2013, which must be above $100,000 in 2010 and more than $2,000,000 in 2013. Candidates must be based in the United States and not be a subsidiary or division of other companies. They are then ranked according to the percentage growth of their annual revenue over three years.
To learn more about MavenWire, visit www.mavenwire.com.