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A Supplement to the San Antonio Business Journal
Co-Sponsors:
Carneiro, Chumney & Co., L.C.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
Media Sponsor:
lished over several weeks in the Business Journal, both in the print
edition and on its Web site.
Table of
Contents
The top 5
Topping the ranking of fast-growing companies this year is Endura
Advisory Group, a commercial real estate services firm. Endura saw
its revenues increase 234.87 percent over the 2007-2009 period.
The top 5, with their compounded revenue growth and revenue
categories are:
1. Endura Advisory Group
234.87%
San Antonio’s
Fast-Track Companies:
Over $500 million ................4B
($2 million/under $14 million in gross revenue in fiscal 2009)
2. InGenesis Inc.
207.51%
$100 million/
under $500 million ..............5B
($15 million/under $34 million in gross revenue in fiscal 2009)
109.78%
(Under $2 million in gross revenue in fiscal 2009)
108.51%
103.61%
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(Over $500 million in gross revenue in fiscal 2009)
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5. NuStar Energy LP
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($35 million/under $99 million in gross revenue in fiscal 2009)
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4. Evolvent Technologies Inc.
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3. MGR Personnel LLC
$15 million/
under $34 million ..........8B-10B
$2 million/
under $14 million ........10B-11B
Under $2 million ..........11B-12B
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All 27 companies will be recognized at an awards luncheon at Oak
Hills Country Club on Friday, Aug. 20. For more information on that
event, send an e-mail to the Business Journal’s Dariela Trevino at
[email protected]
Companies interested in participating in our 2011 Fast Track
publication should send an e-mail to Susan Saporito at [email protected]
bizjournals.com.
To produce a project of this magnitude requires the support of the
business community. We appreciate the firms that took the time to
respond to our call for entries and who provided the financial information necessary to compile our Fast Track listing.
Other key players in this project include the co-sponsors of Fast
Track: Carneiro Chumney & Co. LC; Amegy Bank and SWBC; silver
sponsor M.O.T. & Associates; and media sponsor 550 KTSA/ESPN
1250 The Zone.
$35 million/
under $99 million ................6B
Editor: Susan Saporito
Cover Design: Cathy Monroy
Publication Layout: Steve Wright &
Maria M. Southmayd
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ompanies around the nation have felt the effects of a lackluster economy, with many cutting jobs, freezing wages and
reducing benefits.
While firms in Texas and San Antonio have not been immune to
ill economic effects, many have been able to overcome the hurdles
and prosper.
This week, we highlight some of those companies in our 2010
Fast Track publication.
Construction, financial services, health care and technology are just
some of the industries represented in the Business Journal’s annual
listing of fast-growing companies in San Antonio.
In total, 27 businesses were identified as fast-growing via a survey tallied by certified public accounting firm Carneiro, Chumney & Co. LC.
To determine the winners, Carneiro, Chumney ranked the companies that responded to the survey by their percentage of revenue
growth over a three-year period (2007-2009).
Those winners were then placed in revenue categories and published in this section.
Only those companies returning a questionnaire, and that met the
criteria, were considered for ranking.
To qualify for the Fast Track listing, companies had to post overall growth over the fiscal 2007-2009 period; and be an independent,
public or privately held corporation, proprietorship or partnership
(not a subsidiary, affiliate or division) with headquarters in the San
Antonio area, which includes Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, Wilson and
Kendall counties.
Financial information provided to Carneiro, Chumney & Co. LC
was subject to revenue verification. To determine each company’s
compounded average percentage revenue growth, Carneiro, Chumney added the percentage revenue increase between fiscal 2007 and
fiscal 2008 to the percentage revenue increase between fiscal 2008
and fiscal 2009 and divided the sum by two.
Each company’s rank in category represents the company’s position within the selected revenue range based on compounded average percentage revenue growth. Information that was not available
is listed as N/A — not available or not applicable.
Notices inviting companies to submit a questionnaire were pub-
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Over $500 million in gross revenue in fiscal 2009
San Antonio’s Fast-Track Companies
Fast-growing companies in the San Antonio area ranked by compounded average percentage revenue growth — fiscal 2007-2009
#2
#1
WellMed Medical Management Inc.
8637 Fredericksburg Rd., Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78240
210-877-7703
www.wellmedmedicalgroup.com
NuStar Energy LP
2330 N. Loop 1604 W.
San Antonio, TX 78248
210-918-2318
www.nustarenergy.com
Average compounded % revenue growth: 28.18
Senior Executive / Title:
Dr. George M. Rapier III / CEO
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Product or service: WellMed is a diversified health care company
specializing in senior care. WellMed operates more than 30 primary
care clinics in Texas and Florida and two HMO companies offering
Medicare Advantage plans in several Texas and Florida markets.
Year founded: 1990
Employees (Fiscal Year)
2009 San Antonio / worldwide: 1,136 / 1,306
2008 San Antonio / worldwide: 859 / 1,089
2007 San Antonio / worldwide: 647 / 699
Assets (Fiscal Year)
2009: $271.2 million
2008: $223 million
2007: $183 million
Fiscal Year End (month): December
Q: Key to growth?
A: The key to WellMed’s continued growth sounds simple
enough: Identify what our patients need, and then fill those
needs. WellMed delivers health care in innovative ways proven
to improve health outcomes for our patients, the vast majority
of whom are seniors.
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NuStar is different than our peer
group because we have a more
balanced portfolio of assets. Last
yea over 80% of our operating income
year,
CATHERINE DOMINGUEZ / SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL
came from our fee-based transportation
Curt Anastasio leads the way at NuStar.
and storage operations. These assets
have provided a very stable and steady
Year founded: 2001
Average compounded % revenue
income, and have performed very well
growth: 103.61
despite the poor economy. The remainEmployees (Fiscal Year)
der of our operating income – nearly 20%
2009 San Antonio / worldwide:
Senior Executive / Title:
– was related to our margin-based as423 / 1,681
Curt Anastasio / President & CEO
phalt and fuels marketing business. The
2008 San Antonio / worldwide:
two-year contribution from these assets
333 / 1,441
Product or service: NuStar Energy
was over $220 million, an annual return
2007 San Antonio / worldwide:
LP is a publicly traded, limited partnerof nearly 18%.
304 / 1,323
ship with 8,417 miles of pipeline,
Not only are we diversified in terms
89 storage facilities and two asphalt
of our business lines, we are also the
Assets (Fiscal Year)
refineries. It is one of the largest asmost geographically diverse master lim2009: $4,774,673,000
phalt refiners and marketers in the U.S.
ited partnership in our industry. This geo2008: $4,459,597,000
and the second largest independent
graphic diversity provides more stability
2007: $3,783,087,000
liquids terminal operators in the nato our earnings, and even more importion. NuStar has operations in the U.S.,
tantly, it provides us with ample opportuFiscal year end (month): December
Netherlands, Antilles, Canada, Mexico
nities for growth.
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Key to growth?
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Alphabetical listing of Fast Track
companies with their percentage of revenue growth:
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Abacus Solutions Group LLC ............86.29%
Alterman ...........................................27.87%
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General Contractors .......................12.12%
Den-Tex Central Inc. dba
Denny’s Restaurants .......................11.56%
DOCUmation Inc................................11.01%
Endura Advisory Group.....................234.87%
Entrust Technology Consulting
Services ..........................................13.47%
Evolvent Technologies Inc.................108.51%
InGenesis Inc. ....................................207.51%
ITM (Instruments, Technology
Machinery) .....................................10.34%
Leaf Guard by Beldon Inc. ................9.82%
Longhorn Health Solutions...............93.71%
MGR Personnel Inc............................109.78%
Medrec Inc.........................................14.64%
NuStar Energy LP ..............................103.61%
P3S Corp. ...........................................69.10%
Printer Solutions ...............................27.86%
Randolph Brooks Federal
Credit Union ....................................20.47%
Scholz, Klein & Friends Enlightened
Retirement Group Inc. ...................10.80%
Security Service
Federal Credit Union......................9.16%
SWBC .................................................30.46%
TEAM Integrated Engineering Inc. ...20.44%
Texas Utility Engineering Inc. ...........48.71%
The Sabinal Group ............................44.55%
Walton Enterprises dba Walton
Signage ..........................................5.26%
WellMed Medical
Management Inc. ............................28.18%
WestEast Design Group LLC .............51.62%

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