Prometheus Research has been named to the Marcum Tech Top 40, an annual compilation of the 40 fastest growing technology companies in Connecticut. Selection was based on the percentage revenue growth over four years from 2008–2011.
Prometheus Research's CEO Leon Rozenblit credits the company’s revenue growth to a talented staff, adherence to best practices, and re-investment in innovative technologies. Rozenblit said “We are honored to be counted among the fastest growing technology companies in Connecticut. As a services organization for behavioral and biomedical research, our growth is highly dependent upon retaining top talent. We have an excellent team at Prometheus that consistently exceed client expectations.”
To qualify for the Marcum Tech Top 40, companies must have had operating revenues of at least $50,000 in 2008 and $3,000, 000 in 2011, be headquartered in Connecticut, and own proprietary technology or proprietary intellectual property that contributes to a significant portion of the company's operating revenues; or devote a significant proportion of revenues to the research and development of technology.
For more information on the Marcum Tech Top 40 and/or the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) please visit the CTC’s website at ct.org.
About Prometheus Research
Prometheus Research’s mission is to help research institutions and funding organizations get more value from their data. Prometheus offers integrated data management services, expert consulting, and software customization to deliver sensible solutions powered by their adaptable, web-based RexDB® technology. Prometheus’ unique combination of technical skill and deep domain knowledge make them an ideal partner for building centralized data repositories, supporting multidisciplinary collaborations, and securely sharing sensitive data. Several of Prometheus’ inventions have made significant advances in the areas of data acquisition, integration, curation, and exploration including the open source query language, RexQL (formerly HTSQL, htsql.org), and the Open Source Research Exchange Database, OS RexDB® (RexDB.org). Prometheus has received several awards in 2011-2012 including Best Places to Work in Connecticut, Marcum Tech Top 40, Inc’s Top 500|5000, and CNN Money’s top 100 fastest growing inner city companies.
Prometheus is proud to serve some of the most ambitious research endeavors in the world including the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI), Autism Speaks, the Marcus Autism Center, and the Yale University Child Study Center.
To learn more about how integrated data management can be used to support research projects, visit PrometheusResearch.com/.
About Marcum LLP
Marcum LLP (marcumllp.com) is one of the largest independent public accounting and advisory services firms in the nation. Ranked 15th among the "Top 25 Firms" by Inside Public Accounting, Marcum offers the resources of more than 1,100 professionals, including more than 150 partners, in 21 offices throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Florida, Massachusetts, California, Hong Kong and Grand Cayman. Marcum is a member of the Marcum Group, the gateway to a group of organizations that provide a variety of professional services including accounting and advisory, technology solutions, recruiting and wealth management. These organizations include Marcum LLP; MarcumRachlin, a division of Marcum LLP; MarcumStonefield, a division of Marcum LLP; Marcum Technology LLP; MarcumBuchanan Associates LLC; Marcum Search LLC and Marcum Financial Services LLC.
About The Connecticut Technology Council, Inc.
The Connecticut Technology Council (ct.org) is the state’s industry association for the technology sector. CTC’s mission is to “connect people, ideas and opportunities to the global technology and innovation community.” CTC provides members with business assistance and specialized programs, in addition to promoting and supporting public policies that position Connecticut to have a globally recognized “culture of innovation” that helps attract great ideas and entrepreneurs to in turn develop new jobs and wealth for the state.