Beam Mobile, a healthcare company specializing in durable cases for iPhone and iPad, today announced that it was named to Inc. Magazine’s esteemed Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing, privately-owned companies for 2023. The list represents the most successful US-based companies within the economy’s independent sector.
Beam Mobile was ranked at #1356 and continues to solidify its mission as the authority in mobile protective solutions in the healthcare space and beyond. The company’s recent growth has been fueled by mobile EHR within hospitals. Beam iPhone and iPad cases are designed with disinfectant-ready plastics, advanced drop protection, and swappable batteries. In the past year, the company scaled its client roster by over 100%, partnering with innovative hospitals using Epic, Oracle Cerner, and other mobile apps.
“We are always looking ahead at healthcare trends to ensure our products are meeting the needs of mobile nursing,” said Jeff Pack, director of Beam Mobile. “I’m most proud of our talented team, inventive designs, and rapid support. This accomplishment is an ongoing testament to the hospitals, resellers, and strategic partners that got us here.” In addition to its #1356 ranking, Beam Mobile ranked #4 in computer hardware, #28 in Tennessee, and #18 in Nashville.
“The companies on this year’s Inc. 5000 come from nearly every realm of business,” says Inc. editor-in-chief Scott Omelianuk. “From health and software to media and hospitality, the 2020 list proves that no matter the sector, incredible growth is based on the foundations of tenacity and opportunism.”
About Beam Mobile
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Beam Mobile has led the effort to provide mobile device protection in demanding environments. The Beam team is the legacy of Griffin Technology, which made its mark in consumer smartphone cases. Beam Mobile has provided durable mobile cases for some of the largest hospitals, including NYH+H, UCLA Health, UNC Medical, Christ Hospital, WVU Medicine, Alberta Health, and the NHS. Beam healthcare products are used with Epic and Oracle Cerner EHR solutions and communications apps like Mobile Heartbeat.
submitted by: Jeff Pack