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The Tech Tribune: Simplus among the best startups of 2020

Jan 2, 2020 | Admin, Latest News

The Tech Tribune has recognized Simplus for the second year in a row as one of the best tech startups! The list, focused on Salt Lake City’s tech scene, is a selection of private, independent tech companies under ten years old and with at least one round of funding. The best of the best are selected by The Tech Tribune based on revenue potential, leadership team, brand traction, and competitive landscape. Simplus is thrilled and honored to be among those recognized in this list.

The Tech Tribune is a media source, working in conjunction with Crunchbase, dedicated to covering the latest news on technology companies. Other companies recognized on The Tech Tribune’s list include Recursion, Artemis Health, Suralink, Everee, Empiric Health, and more! We are humbled to be among such great companies in Utah’s thriving tech space.

After closing out a stellar 2019 at Simplus—including two international acquisitions, receiving the Salesforce Partner Innovation Award, the opening of our new Digital Practice, and much more—we’re looking forward to seeing how this continued growth will deliver more skills, expertise, and success to our customers in 2020. Thank you!

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