The award honors businesses based on their last three years of revenue.

Tampa, Fla. – November 10, 2020

The Tampa Bay Business Journal named Spectrio one of the region’s 50 fastest-growing companies based on its last three years of revenue, the latest award for the nation’s leading provider of customer engagement solutions.

Spectrio offers services such as digital signage, on-hold messaging, on-premise messaging and music, as well as interactive kiosks to help brands build engaging customer experiences. The company finished No. 31 in the Business Journal’s rankings after revenue from 2017 to 2019 skyrocketed more than 90 percent.

“At Spectrio, we’ve found that really listening to our clients and responding to their unique needs has guided our technology development and our overall growth,” said Brian Harris, Spectrio Vice President of Marketing. “We’re excited to be named as one of the fastest-growing businesses in Florida and the Tampa Bay area, and we look forward to continuing along this growth trajectory for many years to come.”

Spectrio has launched four products and acquired 11 businesses since 2018. It now provides service to more than 100,000 client locations in more than 10 industries. It has also added enhanced content and video creation capabilities that can be leveraged across multiple channels.

The Business Journal ranking marks the latest honor for Spectrio:

-Earlier this month, Spectrio became one of 50 Tampa Bay Inno on Fire winners, which celebrate the tech and startup scene. 

-In August, the company was named to Inc. Magazine’s annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. Spectrio has now made the list nine times in 13 years. 

-Throughout 2020, Spectrio has won several other honors, such as earning spots on both Inc.’s inaugural list of America’s top businesses in Florida and the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s list of the top 200 privately held companies.

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