Skvare is Recognized Among Dallas 100 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies
Skvare has been named to the prestigious Dallas 100, an annual list of the top 100 fastest growing private companies in the Dallas metropolitan area presented by The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at SMU.
For 31 years, the Dallas 100 list has recognized the ingenuity, commitment and perseverance of entrepreneurial companies, highlighting their economic contributions. The annual ranking, which encompassed companies in Dallas and 14 surrounding counties, is based on percentage growth and absolute dollar growth over the previous three years, and considers reputation and contribution in the community as qualifying factors.
Recipients of the Dallas 100 recognition will be honored at two upcoming events—a CEO reception on October 19 announcing the 100 companies in alphabetical order, and the annual Championship Awards Ceremony Gala, where the 100 winners will be recognized in ranked order, including the 2021 No. 1 fastest growing, privately held company.
Commenting on this honor, Skvare COO Gena Dellett shared that “Our growth and strength as a company is a direct reflection of our committed team, and the relationships we have with our clients. Skvare being recognized as one of the Dallas 100 puts us in company with great and growing companies in the Dallas area. It’s a privilege to live out our mission every day of Helping Others Help Others. We are proud of our work, knowing that the robust software solutions we implement are critical to how our nonprofit and membership association clients are able to navigate these challenging times and increase their impact.”
Skvare is an established team of Drupal and CiviCRM experts that specialize in building online tools for non-profit organizations, professional societies, and membership-driven organizations. As open-source software champions, Skvare raises the bar on what is possible and encourages its clients to expect more from their software so they can focus on strengthening their relationships and impact.