TAMPA, May 8, 2017 – myMatrixx has earned recognition on the University of South Florida’s “USF Fast 56” list for the third time. This award honors the world’s fastest growing USF Bull-owned or Bull-led businesses. Nominees were ranked based on cumulative annual revenue growth for the most recent three fiscal years. Several members of the myMatrixx leadership team, including company founder Steven MacDonald and CEO Artemis Emslie, are USF alumni.
To qualify, companies must meet three specific criteria:
• Business must have been in operation for a minimum of 36 months.
• Business must have verifiable revenues of at least $100,000 in each of the first two reporting periods and $250,000 for the most recent 12-month period.
• Business must be owned or operated by USF alumni during the eligible period.
USF hosted a presentation ceremony on April 28 in the USF Marshall Student Center Ballroom, where myMatrixx CEO Artemis Emslie accepted the award.
myMatrixx® is a full-service pharmacy benefit management company focused on patient advocacy. By combining clinical expertise and advanced business analytics, myMatrixx simplifies workers’ compensation claims management while providing safer medication therapy management.