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Utah companies make Forbes' 'Most Promising' list

Published December 5, 2011 7:41 am
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Four Utah companies have been named to Forbes' list of America's Most Promising Companies.

Domo Technologies of Lindon, a business intelligence software company founded by Josh James, was named at No. 73 among the list of 100 privately held companies, according to the Forbes website.

"We've identified a huge market in business intelligence, and we are fortunate to have the right people behind us as investors, board members and employees," Josh James, who also founded Omniture, said in a statement. "This recognition from Forbes is copacetic — a not-so-subtle incentive to ensure we nail this opportunity in 2012."

Utah members of the list are:

31. • CampusBookRentals.com, Ogden, $8.8 million in annual revenue, 29 employees

60. • Packsize, Salt Lake City, $42.6 million revenue, 102 employees

73. • Domo Technologies, Lindon, $2.1 million revenue, 60 employees

76. • Aquatherm, Lindon, $6.2 million revenue, 12 employees




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