Kansas City Mobile Application and Software Development Company Named No.8 in Flyover 50

The team at Twentyseven Global, a mobile application and software development company, wants to thank Five Elms Capital and its inaugural Flyover 50 for its support of Midwest companies. We are excited to announce that we were named No. 8 in the list of the fifty fastest growing companies in the Midwest and first in the Kansas City area. We would also like to thank our fast growing and innovative clients without whom we would not exist. We are honored to have received such a prestigious award. On behalf of all of us at Twentyseven Global, thank you for a wonderful year!


Learn more about Flyover 50 and see the full list of recipients in this article from Silicon Prairie News.

Appcore tops list of companies in Five Elms Capital’s first Flyover 50

Appcore, a Des Moines-based provider of cloud computing infrastructure, topped the list of companies recognized as part of the inaugural Flyover 50, an effort by Five Elms Capital to recognize the 50 fastest-growing companies in the middle of the country.

All told, the Flyover 50 includes 11 companies based in the geographic area covered by Silicon Prairie News (parts of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska). The list was compiled by Five Elms Capital, a venture capital and private equity firm located in Prairie Village, Kan.

“We created the Flyover 50 to highlight great companies in the middle of the country for potential employees and customers,” Fred Coulson, the managing partner of Five Elms Capital, said in a press release. “Flyover 50 honorees are proof that there are plenty of reasons to land in the central U.S.”

Companies had to apply or be nominated to be considered for the Flyover 50, which was determined based on percentage of revenue growth. To qualify for consideration, companies had to be based in a 20-state area in the middle of the country and have revenue of greater than $1 million in 2011. All revenue and growth figures used in Flyover 50 applications were kept confidential. Five Elms Capital declined to disclose the number of entries for the contest.



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