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Rollick Honored on Inc. Magazine’s 5000 List


Rollick, a provider of customer engagement software to the marine industry, was named to Inc. magazine’s annual Inc. 5000 list.

Rollick placed 1,040th overall and 136th in the software category on Inc.’s list of the fastest-growing private companies, the magazine said in a statement yesterday.

In addition to marine, Rollick serves the powersports and RV segments, including its outdoor marketplace. The company’s three-year revenue growth was 620 percent.

“Building one of the fastest-growing companies at any time in history is a remarkable achievement, but doing so during these past few years is a testament to the team’s hard work and smart planning,” CEO Bernie Brenner said in the statement. “We are driven by a passion to make the outdoor recreation vehicle shopping experience better for manufacturers, dealers and customers, and we’re committed to continuing our technology leadership in this space.”



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