Sesame Communications (http://www.sesamecommunications.com), the leading provider of cloud-based patient connection systems, today announced it was recognized as number 346 on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™ ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America. Sesame Communications grew 234 percent during this period.
Diana P. Friedman, Sesame Communications chief executive officer, credits the innovation and quality of Sesame services and its entrepreneurial employees with the company’s revenue growth. Friedman said, “Sesame offers best in class tools to better manage and grow a dental practice. Our new cloud-based Sesame 24-7™ patient connection system enhances the web design, social media, patient portal, online marketing, and automated reminder offerings with a comprehensive analytics dashboard. The new dashboard provides key performance statistics and quantifies ROI on patient communications, patient engagement and marketing investments. This new platform further solidifies our leadership position and demonstrates our commitment to the success of our growing dental practice membership.”
“Sesame Communications, like all 2011 Technology Fast 500 companies, has excelled in fostering innovation and channeling it into spectacular growth—against the backdrop of one of the most challenging economies in history,” said Eric Openshaw, vice chairman and U.S. technology, media and telecommunications leader, Deloitte LLP. “Deloitte recognizes Sesame Communications for its remarkable accomplishment.”
“We are pleased to honor Sesame Communications as a 2011 Technology Fast 500 company,” said Mark Jensen, managing partner, technology and venture capital services, Deloitte & Touche LLP. “As one of the fastest growing tech companies in North America, Sesame Communications has demonstrated excellence in technological innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid growth.”
Overall, 2011 Technology Fast 500 companies achieved revenue growth ranging from 134 percent to 70,211 percent from 2006 to 2010, with an average growth of 1,736 percent.