Logos Bible Software makes Deloitte Technology Fast 500
Stellar five-year growth places digital-Bible-study world leader alongside Facebook, Google, Pandora in ranking
BELLINGHAM, Wash., November 29, 2012 — Deloitte named Logos Bible Software, the world’s leading provider of digital Bible-study tools and resources, on its 2012 Technology Fast 500 list, which recognizes the fastest-growing high-tech companies in North America based on five-year growth. Logos, which just launched the revolutionary Logos 5 app, joins Facebook, Google, Pandora and LinkedIn on the Fast 500. Logos’ technological innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid growth earned the company its spot in North America’s preeminent technology awards program.
“The 2012 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 winners have demonstrated remarkable innovation and spectacular growth,” says Deloitte Vice Chairman Eric Openshaw. “Some of the most exciting and useful developments of the future are being created by the companies on this list. We congratulate . . . all the winning companies on this impressive achievement.”
The Fast 500 was created to recognize companies that are “on the cutting edge and are transforming the way we do business today” in the industry sectors of hardware, software, telecom, semiconductors, life sciences, clean technology and other emerging areas. Logos, cited for its 134 percent growth from 2007 to 2011, was in not only the most competitive industry segment of the competition — software, which made up 40 percent of the 500 — but also the most competitive regional segment: the West, home to 39 percent of the winners.
With several launches besides Logos 5 in the past year, Logos Bible Software has dramatically expanded its ecosystem. The new Faithlife social network brings together friends, family, colleagues and churches through shared reading plans, notes and prayer requests. It’s wrapped around the world’s largest, most advanced study Bible, the 2.3-million-word all-digital Faithlife Study Bible, also introduced this year and available as a free app.
Launched just months ago by Logos, all-digital publisher Kirkdale Press is revolutionizing the industry. Likewise, Proclaim church presentation software, launched in January, is breaking new ground with cloud-synced technology that lets pastors and worship leaders collaborate on multimedia worship services. And Vyrso Christian ebooks, introduced a year ago, brings one-touch Bible references to readers’ favorite Christian fiction and nonfiction titles.
Logos 5’s new base packages — Starter, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond and Portfolio — offer dozens of new cutting-edge features and tools. These packages give users access to more than 31,000 digital resources, all connected to the Logos ecosystem. Base packages are currently an introductory 15 percent off.
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Logos Bible Software is the leading provider of multilingual tools and resources for Bible study on Macs, PCs and mobile devices. Logos has served pastors, scholars and everyone who wants to study the Bible since 1992, partnering with 150 publishers to offer more than 31,000 Christian ebooks to users in 210 countries.