September 29, 2020

Best Midsized Companies - 2012

AgileThought
AgileThought - No. 3 [Photo: Mark Wemple]

• • • (50 to 249 employees)

RANK COMPANY HEADQUARTERS INDUSTRY
1 RN Network Salt Lake City -
1 Fla. office
Staffing
2 Kavaliro Orlando Staffing
3 AgileThought Tampa Technology
4 TekPartners/MedPartnersHIM Coral Springs Staffing
5 Baldwin Krystyn Sherman Partners Tampa Risk management
6 Cross, Fernandez & Riley Orlando Accounting
7 Trenam Kemker Tampa Legal
8 Bouchard Insurance Clearwater Insurance
9 Odebrecht Coral Gables Construction
10 3Cinteractive Boca Raton Technology
11 Power Grid Engineering Winter Springs Engineering
12 HomeBanc Tampa Banking
13 LexJet Sarasota Reseller/manuf.
14 Clickbooth Sarasota Advertising/PR
15 Gregory, Sharer & Stuart CPAs St. Petersburg Accounting
16 WilsonHCG Tampa Staffing
17 Solstice Benefits Plantation Health insurance
18 Momentum Consulting Miami Lakes Consulting
19 Brightway Insurance Jacksonville Insurance
20 AppRiver Gulf Breeze Technology
21 Veredus Tampa Staffing
22 Air-Transport IT Services Orlando Technology
23 Optima Healthcare Solutions Palm City Software
24 A-C-T Environmental & Infrastructure Bartow Environmental/infrastructure
25 Berkowitz Dick Pollack & Brant Miami Accounting
26 Vantage Hospitality Group Coral Springs Hospitality
27 CTI Resource Management Services Jacksonville Government services
28 FBC Mortgage Orlando Financial services
29 Advantica Clearwater Health insurance
30 Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida Daytona Beach Non-profit
31 VectorLearning.com Tampa Education
32 Banker Lopez Gassler P.A. Tampa Legal
33 BodyLogicMD Boca Raton Medical
34 Warren Averett O'Sullivan Creel Pensacola Accounting
35 U.S. Gas & Electric N. Miami Beach Energy
36 Modern Business Associates St. Petersburg PEO
37 Averett Warmus Durkee Osburn Henning P.A. Orlando Accounting
38 Community Bank of Florida Homestead Banking
39 Incepture Jacksonville Staffing
40 Moss & Associates Fort Lauderdale Construction

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