DALLAS – Saxony Partners, a Dallas-based management and digital consulting firm focused on helping companies do more with their data, has landed on the annual Inc. 5000 list for the fourth-consecutive year, solidifying its status as one of the fastest-growing privately-held companies in the United States.
“It’s gratifying to be listed among the best companies in the country,” said Jeff Wilson, the Saxony’s founder and CEO. “I’m excited on behalf of our employees, who are deeply knowledgeable about the industries they serve and the technologies they deploy.”
Wilson founded Saxony Partners in 2011 after leaving the Archon Group, the real estate division of Goldman Sachs. The firm quickly established itself as an industry leader in commercial real estate consulting and digital transformation.
Over the past seven years, the team at Saxony Partners has expanded and so has the firm’s expertise. Saxony Partners works with clients in the real estate, restaurant, healthcare, private equity, and financial services industries, empowering them to use their data more effectively to drive key business decisions and gain a competitive advantage.
“What’s unique about Saxony Partners is that we combine industry and technology expertise in a way that no other consulting and data management firm does,” Wilson said. “Our clients don’t have to choose one or the other – they get both.”
“At the end of the day, we’re here to help our clients leverage technology to better their business. That’s our goal.”
In 1982, Inc. published their first list of the country’s 500 fastest-growing privately-held companies, expanding it to 5000 in 2007. Each company is ranked by overall revenue growth over a three-year period. This year’s list will be featured in the September issue of Inc. magazine, and on the Inc. website.
Saxony Partners’ trophy shelf is getting crowded. In addition to four-straight years in the Inc. 5000, the firm was recently named a Best Place to Work by the Dallas Business Journal. In 2017, Saxony Partners was named to the prestigious Dallas 100 for the third-consecutive year by the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship and the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University.