We've taken a few opportunities to show you current projects we're excited about to help you understand what we're capable of on a client-to-client basis. Truth be told, seeing individual projects through from start to finish gives us that special pride for a job well done.
But, sometimes focusing on individual projects can make you lose sight of the big picture. For instance, Sport Systems' commitment to growing communities through sport equipment has been a successful strategy for building relationships and, in turn, our business.
One can be a metric for the other.
Alright, alright. We don't like to toot our own horn, but from time to time it's nice to take a step back and appreciate how far we've come. This also helps us decide where to go in the future.
So, let's crunch some numbers...
We're proud to point out that SSCI ranks on PROFIT Magazine's online PROFITGuide 500 list of Canada's fastest growing companies (in fact, we're in the top 300). PROFIT applauds SSCI's in-house engineering, quick deliverables, and responsible re-investment as indicators of a healthy company with rapid growth.
PROFIT Magazine cites that since 2007 we have grown our business by a whopping 190%, nearly doubling our output and workforce while adding jobs to our community right here in Almonte, Ontario.
And couldn't have done it without you.
Sport Systems' ongoing success is a team effort, start to finish. Our state of the art in-house engineering solutions are only worth the obstacles they overcome, and without clients providing us with an opportunity to shine, we wouldn't be where we are today.
So where are we today?
Well on November 8th we completed a thousand-person bleacher solution for the fine folks at Fleming College. This new seating at their Brealey Campus Sports Field looks great and will serve their community for years to come.
To stay up to date with our rapid growth and new projects be sure to follow us on Twitter. Though, we warn you, there's a lot to keep track of. We wouldn't be a PROFITGuide 500 list company if we weren't constantly tackling new projects and putting up quality facilities.
And we wouldn't be very good stewards of these communities if we didn't do our utmost to ensure the safety and quality of these facilities.
And if we didn't do that, then, well, we wouldn't be Sport Systems Canada.