In early 2017, Data Dimensions is awarded a five-year U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 36 contract.
This is the fourth time Data Dimensions has made the prestigious Inc. 5000 list, ranking this year in the #1,869 spot. It has moved up more than 3,000 spots since its initial appearance in 2012, when it ranked #4,969.
In November of 2014, HealthEdge Investment Partners Fund II completed its investment in Data Dimensions. The investment enhanced Data Dimensions’ opportunities to drive continued growth by bringing together its proven track record of innovation, market leadership and customer focus with HealthEdge’s industry knowledge, experience and network.
Shortly after announcing having hired its 1000th employee, Data Dimensions once again earned a spot on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies in 2014.
Because of continued growth for the company, an additional BPO facility became a necessity. In 2014, Data Dimensions began the remodel of an existing location in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky.
To better serve clients and accommodate their increasing business needs, as well as to allow for a growing client base, the new Tier II Data Center and BPO facility was built in Clinton, Iowa.
Data Dimensions earned Inc. Magazine’s Hire Power Award in 2013, having generated 350 jobs from Jan. 1, 2012, to June 30, 2013, placing it among the top five private business job creators within the business products and services industry, and placing it among the top 100 private business job creators..Read More
In 2012, Data Dimensions earned a spot on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest growing, privately held companies. To make the list, companies had to meet certain criteria that included a minimum of 942.6% in sales growth and a commitment and demonstration of ethical practices and high standards..Read More
Data Dimensions continued to grow its family of facilities in 2012 by acquiring Data Exchange in Brown Deer, WI.
Completed in 2010, the 20,000-square-foot, Tier III Data Center was built in Janesville, WI. The facility is capable of withstanding an F5 tornado and provides an infrastructure composed of multiple active power and cooling distribution paths, concurrently maintainable to safeguard mission-critical data.
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