Safety & Accident

Apollo Video Technology Honored for Revenue Growth

October 25, 2016 - Press Release

Apollo Video Technology has been ranked number 68 on Puget Sound Business Journal list of 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in Washington for 2016. Earlier this year, Apollo Video was ranked number 26 on Puget Sound Business Journal list of 50 Eastside Fastest-Growing Private Companies.

"Apollo Video is honored to be recognized with other leading companies from across the state of Washington," said Rodell Notbohm, CEO of Apollo Video Technology. "We wouldn't be part of this impressive group without the dedication of our employees and their exemplary customer service. They are critical to our continued growth and we make it a priority to hire the best local talent committed to creating innovative and forward-thinking video and information management solutions for our customers."

The list honors 100 privately held companies with the largest percentage of revenue growth between 2013 and 2015, based on minimum revenue of $500,000 or more in 2013. The 100 companies that made the 2016 list collectively had revenue of nearly $3.17 billion in 2015, an increase of 137.26 percent over their total revenue in 2013. Together these companies employ more than 9,500 employees — 7,083 of them are located in Washington state.

Delivering cutting-edge mobile video surveillance solutions for transit and government agencies worldwide, the company has partnered with more than 28 public agencies in Washington State. Agencies include King County Metro, Community Transit, Pierce Transit, Whatcom Transit, Skagit Transit, the Clark County Public Transit Benefit Authority (C-Tran), Everett Transit and Sound Transit.

Apollo Video offers agencies technologically advanced surveillance solutions that enhance safety, deliver comprehensive video evidence, and increase the efficiency of operations through easy management and distribution of video and supplementary vehicle data. Such capabilities have become crucial to fleet operations nationwide, especially as the use of camera surveillance on buses and trains has begun to extend beyond the core requirements of safety and security to include planning and scheduling, maintenance, and training programs.

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