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Colorado Companies to Watch spotlight: NIMBL


Snapshot: NIMBL is a privately held, nationally recognized SAP professional-services firm focused on high-value, high-impact technical consulting. NIMBL supports both mid-market and Fortune 500 firms.

Leadership: CEO Yosh Eisbart and CTO Michael Pytel co-founded the Denver-based company in 2009.

Work force: NIMBL has grown from two consultants in 2009 to more than 40 at the end of last year. It expects to expand further to more than 75 consultants in 2012.

Pivotal moment: Eisbart and Pytel launched NIMBL with $2,000. They quickly landed blue-chip clients such as Nestle, Pepsico and ExxonMobil. Reputation and references made NIMBL a $1 million company after just nine months. NIMBL’s "quality over quantity" mantra paid off, and the company grew more than 400 percent by year three.

Growth curve: Despite launching in the midst of the Great Recession, NIMBL increased revenues by 79 percent between 2009 and last year. The company projects another 74 percent revenue increase this year.

Innovation: NIMBL has developed a series of SAP Express packages focused on rapid deployments on specific SAP technologies within SAP’s Security Administration and Compliance space as well as SAP’s Solution Manager. Both packages accelerate the implementation of given components of SAP’s product suite, allowing customers to more rapidly, consistently and inexpensively deliver powerful functionality.

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