SAN FRANCISCO, CA — October 05, 2015 – Primitive Logic, the premier business consulting and technology solutions firm, is pleased to announce that the San Francisco Business Times has ranked the firm #17 on the Top Women Owned Businesses in the Bay Area.
This annual survey recognizes 100 of the largest women-owned businesses in the Bay Area, and is ranked by annual revenue. This is Primitive Logic’s second consecutive year on this prestigious list, improving from last year’s #21 ranking.
This honor comes on the heels of Chairman and CEO Jill Reber’s panel participation at the San Francisco Business Times’ Women Who Lead event, in which Reber talked about her strategic entrepreneurial and leadership style. Primitive Logic also ranked as a ‘Best Places to Work in the Bay Area’ for the 10th consecutive year in 2015, with employees citing the firm for exceptional work-life balance as well as feeling respected and equal among peers.
“The heart of Primitive Logic is our employees, which consist of the best and brightest in the business,” said Jill Reber, Primitive Logic Chairman and CEO. “It is an honor to be represented on this list, which celebrates the diversity of leadership in the Bay Area.”
Primitive Logic’s success is evidenced by its growth over the past year, with a 69% year over year increase in revenue, and comparable employee growth.
To read more about Primitive Logic’s ranking, visit www.bizjournals.com.
About Primitive Logic:
Primitive Logic, founded in 1984, is the premier business consulting and technology solutions firm developing and implementing solutions that create value for market-leading corporations. We provide full life-cycle management and execution services from strategy and planning to creative, design, architecture, development and implementation. Primitive Logic collaborates with our clients to realize their strategy whether it’s web, cloud, or mobile, on any platform. We are proud to serve many of our original clients — leading organizations in their industry — allowing them to evolve as technology changes.
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