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Access Named 2021 Middle Market Leader By Boston Business Journal

Access, the world’s largest privately-held integrated information management services provider, today announced that it has been named one of the Boston Business Journal’s (BBJ) Middle Market Leaders, a ranking of the 50 highest growth companies in Massachusetts.

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The list is compiled through BBJ research and includes both private and public companies across all industries, from life sciences and technology to construction, professional services and more. To qualify, companies must report annual revenue between $25 million and $1 billion for 2017, 2018 and 2019. The BBJ ranking of firms uses a weighted final score that incorporates three-year growth and a company’s total revenue.

“Being recognized as one of the 2021 BBJ middle market leaders further validates that our first priority, to ensure client success, is on point and helps drive our consistent year-over-year growth,” said Rob Alston, CEO at Access. “We have built a dynamic and well-respected company with world class talent focused on strategic acquisition, responsive service and innovation. We are pleased about our results to date and excited about our future potential.”

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The 50 companies recognized in the list will be honored at the BBJ’s 2021 Middle Market Awards virtual event on Feb. 11 and in a special post-event publication.

“We are happy to celebrate fast-growing, innovative companies in the middle-market sector,” said Boston Business Journal Market President and Publisher Carolyn Jones. “These companies make a tremendous impact on our local business community and have reported impressive growth in recent years. We all look forward to honoring these 50 companies virtually next month.”

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