Minneapolis/St.Paul Business Journal announced NimbeLink as the 2nd place winner in the Fast 50.
PLYMOUTH, Minn., October 14, 2019 – NimbeLink, a leading provider of cellular solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) and asset-tracking markets, today announced that Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal has recognized the company as the 2nd fastest-growing privately held company in the Twin Cities, up six spots over its ranking a year ago. Propelled by a strong performance in all business units in 2018, NimbeLink was distinguished by its three-year revenue growth rate of 230%.
“Our focus has always been on providing technology solutions that enable developers to quickly and reliably get their products connected to the Internet and delivering true value to the enterprise, and this strategy paid off strongly in 2018,” said Scott Schwalbe, CEO of NimbeLink. “We are honored to be recognized by the Business Journal, and we are particularly pleased that GetWireless, our long-time distribution partner, was similarly recognized for their outstanding growth as well.”
NimbeLink is the world’s most trusted partner for edge-based cellular connectivity solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). NimbeLink makes certified Skywire® cellular modems that are pin-compatible and future-proof and enable OEMs to dramatically reduce their cellular development time. In addition, NimbeLink develops and markets complete edge-to-enterprise Asset Tracking Solutions that are precisely configured to customers’ use cases. For more information, please call +1 612.285.3433, send a message, or visit www.nimbelink.com.