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Colorado Companies to Watch spotlight: Zia Consulting


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Snapshot: Zia Consulting focuses on dramatically improving business results through proven technical expertise in content management, social content and collaboration, and enterprise mobile apps.

Leadership: Michael Mahon has been president and CEO of Zia Consulting since its founding in 2003.

Work force: Since 2008, Zia’s workforce has grown from 10 full-time-equivalent employees to 19.5 at the end of last year. The company expects to expand to 32.5 full-time-equivalent employees
this year.

Competitive Edge: Zia helps customers more effectively manage contracts, HR records, financial records, etc., in innovative ways. It empowers salespeople, doctors, executives and other professionals to easily collect information and send it to different business systems that manage these processes. This makes critical information available to people when they need it, where they want to consume it.

Growth curve: In the past two years, Zia’s revenues have grown 52 percent and 66 percent. The company is projecting growth of 101 percent this year.

Marketing: Zia’s Fresh Docs mobile application was the first open source, mobile content browser on the market. This evolved into a formal campaign that Zia has been running since October of 2011.

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