Asset Panda is in the Running for Fastest Growing Company in 2020

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For the second time, SMU Cox Dallas 100 names Asset Panda among its 100 fastest-growing, privately held companies in the Dallas Area

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Our company’s success and growth are a testament to our team’s dedication, resilience and passion for our shared goals. - Rex Kurzius, CEO of Asset Panda.

The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at the Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business recently honored Asset Panda with a coveted spot on their list of the fastest-growing companies in the Dallas area. The Dallas 100 competition annually gauges the ascension of privately held companies in Dallas and surrounding cities. The release of the top 100 company names is a precursor to an awards celebration that will culminate in the unveiling of this year’s No. 1 fastest-growing, privately held company.

“It is truly an honor to be recognized as a member of this remarkable group of companies,” said Rex Kurzius, CEO of Asset Panda. “Our company’s success and growth are a testament to our team’s dedication, resilience and passion for our shared goals. Our efforts are now centered on scalability and launching new features that are inspired by innovation and driven by data and research. We are excited to enter new markets in 2021 as we move closer to our goal of becoming the dominant asset tracking company in the world.”

Traditionally, the Dallas 100 company names are announced alphabetically at an autumn reception, followed a month later by an awards ceremony that is highlighted by a countdown, with Dallas 100 names divulged in order from No. 100 to No. 1. Because of the pandemic, both of this year’s Dallas 100 events will move to the spring.

Caruth Institute Executive Director Simon Mak intends to announce in December the details of a socially-distanced reception and awards gala. “Of course, everything is contingent upon the pandemic, but we are hopeful that we can hold two safe, in-person events: a reception in late January or early February and our traditional Dallas 100 awards gala in early March,” said Mak. “If we’ve learned anything since the onset of COVID-19, it’s that everything is subject to change. While we’ll remain flexible, we’re hopeful that we can gather in person, masks notwithstanding, to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit that is so vital to our economy.”

About Asset Panda

Founded in 2012, Asset Panda is a powerful and flexible cloud-based asset management platform designed to help the world work smarter. The platform is designed with flexibility in mind, which allows Asset Panda to be configured to work the way the user does, for any kind of company. The company is committed to providing its customers with outstanding customer service and a constantly improving product.

Asset Panda was an honoree at the Dallas 100 Entrepreneur Awards in 2019. In the same year, Inc. Magazine named Asset Panda the 83rd fastest-growing company in America. Asset Panda’s solution was also recognized as one of the best facilities and maintenance management systems available, earning it a spot among the leaders of Software Advice’s 2019 FrontRunners list. For more information, visit http://www.assetpanda.com

About the Dallas 100

For 30 years, the Dallas 100 has honored the ingenuity, commitment and perseverance of entrepreneurial businesses, placing the spotlight on their economic contributions. The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at SMU Cox ranks the area’s top 100 entrepreneurial companies based on percentage growth and absolute dollar growth over the previous three years. This year, the top 100 companies are based in Dallas and 14 different surrounding cities. The Institute, working with the accounting firm BKD LLP CPAs and Advisors, examined sales from hundreds of companies for 2017 to 2019, the last year for which complete data is available. The winners represent a broad spectrum of Dallas-area businesses.

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