Deloitte’s 2022 Technology Fast 500 List Featured 14 Austin Companies
Austin is one North Americas most active tech hubs. As such, several local companies were featured on the Deloitte 2022 Technology Fast 500 rankings, an annual index of the 500 fastest-growing companies in the U.S.
The list ranks tech companies based on their revenue growth between 2018 and 2021. North American businesses in various tech-related sectors such as fintech, energy, media, telecommunications and other sectors are included on the list.
OJO Labs, a real estate tech startup, was listed as the fast-growing company in Austin this year, coming in at no. 93 on the national list. Other Silicon Hills companies featured span the data, supply chain and cybersecurity sectors.
“I’m always amazed to see all the innovative and forward-thinking companies that call Central Texas home each year,” Alison Walgren, Deloitte’s Central Texas managing principal, said in a statement. “As the region continues to establish itself as a hub for startup founders and venture capitalists alike, it’s inspiring to see how companies are able to transform their business, and therefore our state, to better the world.”
Read on to find out what other local tech companies were included on the 2022 list.
Top Austin Tech Companies on Deloitte's 2022 Technology Fast 500
- OJO Labs
- L7 Informatics
Overhaul: Rank #236, 646% Growth
Overhaul is a SaaS supply chain platform that gives shippers greater visibility on their freight movement and also provides insights to better move products to their destination. Founded in 2016, the company has raised $64 million, including a $35 million Series B round in 2021. With its latest raise, Overhaul announced it would hire for more than 50 positions. Overhaul is currently hiring.
SpyCloud: Rank #203, 737% Growth
Cybersecurity startup SpyCloud collects data on cybercrimes and leverages that data to provide its client’s automated solutions that protect them from attacks, including ransomware. Its last venture capital raise was back in 2020 and was intended to be used to hire more engineers and find new ways to prevent cyber attacks. Since launching, SpyCloud has raised $58.5 million, according to Crunchbase.
Measured: Rank #120, 1,190% Growth
Measured is a marketing platform that has doubled its headcount over the past year. The company’s platform helps direct-to-consumer brands integrate with various e-commerce platforms and tracks data across multiple channels. With its latest raise back in May, the company’s founders told Built In that it was planning to make more hires and bring its total headcount to 200 employees.
L7 Informatics: Rank 101, 1,543% Growth
Founded in 2011, L7 Informatics is a data and workflow platform aimed at helping healthcare companies. It also develops tools that optimize workflow for conducting clinical research. Since launching, L7 Informatics has raised $62.3 million in venture capital funding across multiple rounds, according to Crunchbase.
OJO Labs: Rank #93, 1,769% Growth
OJO Labs is a real estate startup that offers homebuyers personalized guidance through the homebuying process. The platform also has tools for sellers that help them gauge the value of their homes. Founded in 2015, OJO Labs has $134 million in backing from investors, according to Crunchbase, and currently has several open positions on Built In. OJO Labs also landed on Deloitte’s 2021 Technology Fast 500 list at no. 29.