Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies

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At Emily Grene, we’re all about making an impact. Whether it’s assisting a family automate and secure their new home or helping a business protect its assets and employees, we love watching our business make a difference. And now, that impact is getting recognized – we’ve made the 2021 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America! As a member of the list, we’re in good company as many of America’s top companies, such as Microsoft, Intuit, Zappos, and Patagonia, all got their start on the Inc. 5000.

The impact of companies on the list is staggering. Taken all together, the companies on the list added over 610,000 jobs to the American economy over the course of the past three years, and the average median three-year growth rate was 543 percent. At number 2154 on the list, Emily Grene saw an impressive three-year revenue growth of 303 percent.
Our rapid growth during tough times is driven by our commitment to energy efficiency, intuitive security, and automated lifestyle. As one of the sole providers of sub metering for one of America’s most trusted brands, Walmart, we’re leading the charge in providing energy efficiency solutions that power their projects forward and make a green energy future possible.

Our commitment to residential customers has also paid off. Countless people have entrusted Emily Grene with ensuring the safety of what matters most to them: their homes and their families. We provide top-notch security solutions that are made to order, easy to use, and keep danger away from our customers’ doorsteps. Plus, when integrated with our home automation technology, arming and accessing home security is easier than ever.
Emily Grene’s showing on this list is a testament to the hard work, talent, and commitment of our teams. We’re spreading a “whole different energy” across the nation, and we’re only just getting started. Come see what else we can do as we work to find the solutions for tomorrow’s problems today.