Agility Solutions, a Denver, Colo.-based Operations
Management and Financial Consulting firm,
specializes in Profit Assurance services. Agility is
keenly focused on the communications and energy
sectors. The firm’s model helps large companies
find, capture and protect the money they’ve earned.
That strategy netted Agility 48 percent revenue
growth in 2014. In 2015, the firm is forecasting
more than 40 percent growth. Agility uses what it
calls a “success-based fee model” that allows clients
to achieve a guaranteed ROI, sometimes achieving a
return as high as 500 percent.
2 BlueLine Associates
Established in 2009, BlueLine Associates provides
business process management services to transform
people, process and technology. The firm transforms
and improves process; supports implementation of
IT systems, and creates information management
systems and organizations. The Apex, N.C.-based IT
firm, with a heavy healthcare concentration, more
than doubled its revenue in 2014 and is forecasting
even more robust growth for 2015. BlueLine
Associates is predicting a whopping 135 percent
growth rate for 2015.
3 Eagle Hill Consulting
Eagle Hill Consulting is a family-run, woman-owned business applying the best tools and
methodologies of larger consultancies, along
with the personalized attention of a smaller firm.
Its consultants solve clients’ business problems
across several industries. The Alexandria, Va.-based firm serves clients in the public, private
and nonprofit sectors, specifically in the federal
government, homeland security, entertainment and
financial services sectors. Eagle Hill Consulting
grew revenue by about 50 percent in 2014 and is
projecting another 55 percent growth this year.
4 e4 Services
E4 Services is an Information Technology and strategy
firm based in West Chester, Pa. The firm is focused
on solving complex problems in the healthcare sector,
and most of its clients’ problems are very complex.
The healthcare landscape shifts rapidly and constantly,
causing hospitals to struggle to find the money and
Who knows? They may find
themselves as one of next year’s
Seven Small Jewels.