BOONE, N.C. – Inc. magazine has released its 36th annual Inc. 5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. Western North Carolina-based retail technology firm, ECRS, joins this impressive list for the third consecutive year. Only 20% of all companies on the list have been honored 3 or more times. The list represents the most comprehensive look at a vital segment of the U.S. economy—America’s growing entrepreneurial enterprises.
“ECRS has been in business for almost 30 years and it is such a great honor to continue experiencing the kind of growth necessary to be on the Inc. 5000 list for three years in a row. We look forward to this kind of continued growth and prosperity as we assist our customers to expand their own businesses with our retail success solutions.” – Pete Catoe, Founder & CEO
From Inc. 5000 – “These 5,000 fastest-growing private firms in America are creators. They create companies, they create value, and they create jobs–619,631 of them over the last three years.”
ECRS will be recognized at the Inc. 5000 Conference and Gala, October 10-12, 2017 in Palm Desert, California.
ECRS is a US-based, Certified Evergreen™ transaction and retail solutions provider, with a successful track record that stretches over 30 years. ECRS future-proofs local and regional retailers to win in today’s market, while preparing them for tomorrow’s opportunities. ECRS’ revolutionary CATAPULT® POS system is the market’s only truly unified transaction platform, running in thousands of locations across North America. With CATAPULT, the point of sale, self-checkout, deli scales, fuel pump, pharmacy, web-store, inventory, customer loyalty, back office, e-commerce, and enterprise management all share one single transactional logic. Unified Transaction Logic™ empowers retailers to prosper by providing actionable business intelligence across their enterprise. Unifying hardware, software, and services, ECRS offers friction-free, cost-saving solutions that increase customer engagement while transforming the consumer experience.