NLP Logix is proud to be recognized as 2023 award recipient for Inc 5000 and Business Journal’s Fast 50 Tech Leader awards.
Having experienced a 244% growth increase in the last three years, NLP Logix was nationally recognized this past month as part of Inc. 5000.
NLP Logix is a proud finalist in GrowFL’s Companies to Watch program. Reflecting on the accomplishment, Ted Willich, CEO of NLP Logix, remarked, “Earning finalist status in the GrowFL Florida Companies to Watch Awards underscores the dedication of our NLP Logix team. Our commitment to expanding NLP technology’s horizons and fostering industry innovation is unwavering and this recognition bolsters our drive to continue to deliver business process automation solutions using artificial intelligence.”
The award criteria require a range of 6 to 150 employees and 2022 revenue between $750,000 to $100 million. This year the competitive pool consisted of over 550 Florida nominations and finalists span diverse sectors and collectively contributed 2,770 jobs and nearly $813 million in 2022 revenue. Notably, these companies project a 29 percent revenue growth and a 21 percent employment increase by the close of 2023.
Home to an array of top-notch companies, First Coast businesses were presented Jacksonville Business Journal 2023 Tech Awards. NLP Logix Data Science Solutions Architect, Ben Webster was among those selected for this honor.
As NLP Logix’s first employee, Webster has a long history of working hand in hand with clients to utilize AI/Data Science in innovative ways to create a competitive advantage, optimize business processes, or enable company growth – ultimately improving their bottom line.
Giving back to the community is something NLP Logix was founded on. Webster is an active participant in programs such as Data Science for Social Good UNF FLDSSG and Analytics Boot Camp – NLP Logix. Additionally, he has worked with Edward Waters University EWU – Home – Edward Waters University to shape their growing technology department. Webster enjoys promoting and teaching the next generations of Data Scientists stating, “We learn from every student.
Although Webster dislikes applause and recognition, we call for a round of applause. We are proud to have him as a keystone in our Team.