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HelpSystems Ranks Among Top Companies on the Inc. 5000 List

inc. 5000 - medallionFor the third year in a row, Linoma Software [now HelpSystems] is proud to announce that we were the recipient of the Inc. 5000 award as one of the fastest-growing private companies among America's independent entrepreneurs.  Linoma Software [now HelpSystems] joins 24 high growth companies in Nebraska and is the only software company ranked in the state.

"The story of this year's Inc. 5000 is the story of great leadership. In an incredibly competitive business landscape, it takes something extraordinary to take your company to the top," says Inc. President and Editor-In-Chief Eric Schurenberg.

You can view Linoma Software's [now HelpSystems] listing on the Inc. website and see how other companies scored by visiting: http://www.inc.com/profile/linoma-software

 

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