Inc. 5000 accolade recognizes the massive growth the company has experienced.
Omnigo Software, a leading provider of public safety, incident reporting, and security management solutions for law enforcement, education, healthcare and other enterprise markets, was recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of America’s fastest-growing private companies. With Omnigo’s three-year revenue growth soaring at 187 percent, the Inc. 5000 accolade recognizes the massive growth the company has experienced through new industry-specific products and services, awards, strategic acquisitions, and innovative product releases.
Omnigo Software is currently used by more than 500 colleges and universities, more than 400 law enforcement and public safety agencies, and more than 20 percent of Fortune 500 companies across the globe. The company also holds the largest market share in the gaming industry, with more than 250 global gaming operators using Omnigo’s platform.
Inclusion on the Inc. 5000 list speaks to the dynamic growth of the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—privately-held, independent businesses. Companies like Microsoft, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, Pandora, Timberland, LinkedIn, Yelp, Zillow, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees on the Inc. 5000.
“All arrows are pointed in the right direction for Omnigo—from new acquisitions and expanding product offerings to growing our customer base in multiple markets, our upward trajectory has been strong,” said Bobby Robertson, CEO, Omnigo. “Recognition by Inc. reaffirms the success we’ve witnessed at Omnigo over the last few years, and we look forward to continuing this growth for years to come.”
Omnigo was recently designated one of the winners of Campus Safety’s 2018 BEST Awards for the company’s Omnigo Community app for hospital, school, and university protection professionals. The BEST Awards recognize superlative security, law enforcement, emergency management, and safety solutions for K-12 institutions, universities, and healthcare organizations. The app was touted as a quick, easy method of communication between students, teachers, patients, and visitors (i.e. users) and public safety departments and allows users to interface immediately with specific individuals or the public safety department via email or text notifications.
Triumphs this year include Omnigo’s March acquisition of the innovative university safety training platform, 360° Stay Safe, a comprehensive resource of personal safety information for students, faculty, and staff within higher education focused on improving the safety and compliance of college campuses. Through the acquisition, Omnigo effectively integrated its toolbox with that of 360° Stay Safe’s to expand its offerings for proactively preventing dangerous incidents in K-12 environments, higher education, and beyond. Omnigo further expanded on 360° Stay Safe offerings by adding several new modules this year.
Most recently in September, Omnigo unveiled Guard Tour—a groundbreaking and cost-efficient application that ensures security teams on active duty are able to check and secure checkpoints and easily report on their findings. Guard Tour is a proof-of-presence application used for scheduling, tracking, and analyzing user activity, patrols, inspections, and more during a security team’s time in the field. With implementation of Guard Tour, security teams alleviate liability with scheduled check-ins, protect vulnerable assets, such as vaults and vital equipment, and create the need for regulated security checks.