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Valiance Partners Named One of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies on Inc. 5000 List

Valiance Partners is proud to announce its placement on the 2018 Inc. 5000 ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. This is the second time Valiance has been named.

The list was released on August 15, 2018, and represents a unique look at the most successful companies across industries, including advertising, energy, insurance, retail and more. Microsoft, LinkedIn, Dell, Yelp and many other successful and well-known companies have been previously named.

“We’re extremely proud and honored to be named and are dedicated to the continued growth of the company.” said Rick Higger, President of Valiance. “Our team has performed over 500 data migrations for more than 100 companies. This announcement is another testament to our innovative solutions and hard-working team.”

In June 2018, Valiance celebrated its 15-year anniversary. Since its inception in 2003, the company has expanded at an exponential rate. In the past three years it opened Valiance Partners Europe in Dublin, Ireland, has tripled the number of employees and – as noted in the Inc. 5000 list – experienced 95% growth.

“We’ve certainly come a long way since the original sketches on a napkin 15 years ago,” added Higger, “and we’re more than ready for what comes next.”

About Valiance

Valiance’s software products, TRUmigrate, TRUcompare and TRUconsole, provide end-to-end data and content migration software solutions for IT, quality, validation and test management. In addition, their professional services help clients embark on migrations with the technology, business and compliance knowledge needed to succeed in regulated industries. They bring an unparalleled knowledge of regulations, business processes and precision results to every client engagement.

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