This placement also ranks AMC Bridge in TOP-100 fastest growing software companies in the country.
“We’re honored to be included into Inc. 5000 for the second year running,” said Igor Tsinman, the president of AMC Bridge. “It demonstrates that we are on the right track with the business development strategy, concentrating on providing highly specialized services to our clients, expanding our expertise and building long-term partnerships. I’d like to express gratitude to our clients for recognizing quality and reliability of our services, as well as to our employees for their efforts and great teamwork.”
About AMC Bridge
AMC Bridge is a vendor of choice for software development services in the areas of computer aided design, engineering, manufacturing and construction. Since 1999 they have been delivering solutions for CAD, CAE, CAM, PDM, BIM and PLM applications. Over 15 years they have participated in the development of commercial software products and custom solutions for the engineering markets based on the variety of platforms from desktop and Web to mobile and clouds.
About Inc. and the Inc. 5000
Founded in 1979 and acquired in 2005 by Mansueto Ventures, Inc. is the only major brand dedicated exclusively to owners and managers of growing private companies, with the aim to deliver real solutions for today’s innovative company builders. Winner of the National Magazine Award for General Excellence in both 2014 and 2012. Total monthly audience reach for the brand has grown significantly from 2,000,000 in 2010 to over 15,000,000 today.
For more information, visit www.inc.com.
The Inc. 5000 is a list of the fastest-growing private companies in the nation. Started in 1982, this prestigious list of the nation’s most successful private companies has become the hallmark of entrepreneurial success.
In order to be considered for inclusion, companies must have started earning revenue by March 31st, 2013. The minimum revenue required for 2013 is $100,000; the minimum for 2016 is $2 million, with revenue in 2016 exceeding revenue in 2013. They also had to be US-based, privately held and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies