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Apex EDI Review: 93rd Fastest Growing Company

Apex EDI has been ranked as the 93rd fastest growing Utah business. The MountainWest Capital Network, Utah's first and largest business networking organization, ranks Utah businesses on a yearly basis. This is their 17th annual ranking and awards program and the fifth time Apex EDI has been listed as a 100 fastest growing company in Utah.

The announcement was made at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City where Utah Lieutenant Gov. Greg Bell and Orrin Hatch were the keynote speakers. Sheldon Miner and Rob Armstrong, Apex EDI CEO and COO, attended the ceremony.

Our core purpose is to create opportunities that transform people's lives.

“Growth continues to be an important part of our strategy,” said Sheldon Miner. “We are putting a lot of effort into helping the company grow and provide opportunities to transform people’s lives.”

The Utah 100 rankings are determined from thousands of eligible companies throughout the state representing all industries. The rankings are determined by the percentage of revenue increase from 2006 through 2011. Top Revenue Growth winners have the largest dollar amount of revenue growth over the same five-year period.

“It's an exciting time to announce each year the 100 fastest growing companies in Utah,” said Jason Watson, MWCN president. “Utah is a state that fosters business success and the Utah 100 is an opportunity to honor those businesses that continue to grow at a rapid rate.”

About Apex EDI

Apex EDI is a leading healthcare claims clearinghouse for medical and dental professionals. Apex EDI serves thousands of physicians, dentists, and other medical providers nationwide with its Apex OneTouch® solution. The OneTouch® solution is a Web-based electronic claims reimbursement system that increases productivity and profitability while facilitating fast payment of insurance claims and providing additional reporting and analysis. Founded in 1995, Apex EDI is based in American Fork, Utah.

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