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InDemand ranks again as fast-growing company

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Wenatchee’s InDemand Interpreting, is still growing at a phenomenal rate, according to Inc. Magazine’s annual list of the 5000 fastest-growing privately-owned companies in the nation.

 

The company, which provides medical interpreting in 180 languages, has about $4 million in annual sales and has grown about 550 percent in the last three years. That’s down from 1,200 percent growth in the three years prior to 2012, but the health company is still kicking some serious gluteus maximus.

 

On the 2013 Inc. 5000 list, here’s how InDemand’s numbers translate among fast-growing companies: #821 on the list of 5,000 nationwide, #63 on the list of health companies nationwide, #22 on the list of all companies statewide, #3 on the list of health companies statewide.

 

“We continue to develop innovative language services focused on the healthcare industry,” said Daniel Pirestani, InDemand’s founder. The company has specialized in helping non-English speaking clients and deaf and hard-of-hearing patients.