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Rochester Top 100: 2016 articles

Each week, the print edition of the Rochester Business Journal profiles one of the Rochester Top 100 companies. (To see the annual Rochester Top 100 supplement, click here:

OptiPro Systems LLC expects to grow sales and staff in 2016. 5.13.16

The local economy is humming, people are moving and Sheridan Bros. Moving Inc. is growing. 5.6.16

During a volatile time in the commercial print industry, John Place and the rest of his team at Mercury Print Productions Inc. chose to diversify, find a niche and capitalize on it. In the last six years the company has grown by entering the educational print market. 4.29.16

Much has changed in the world and the legal profession in the nearly half century since Davidson Fink's founding in 1968.4.22.16

Pro-Nexus LLC has achieved strong growth and is on track to achieve the owners’ goal of becoming a $100 million firm. This year the plan is to achieve 10 to 20 percent growth in revenue. 4.15.16

Henrietta-based technology firm Systems Management Planning Inc. has been thriving, with its revenue growing more than 30 percent and its workforce climbing by nearly 20 percent last year. 4.8.16

The focus on employee training and education is no surprise at C.M. Armitage Electrical Contracting Inc., given its founder’s professional background. 4.1.16

The founders of Wellington Steele & Associates Inc. see Rochester as a region brimming with potential to become a hub of technology, and they hope to be a major force behind it. 3.25.16

The company designs chips that are being used across optical transport networks nearly every time a person goes online. 3.18.16

Waste Harmonics LLC, a Victor-based waste management consolidation service launched in 2001, operates as a single point of contact and service for its customers by contracting refuse haulers and managing all invoicing. 3.11.16

An increase in automotive sales, coupled with changing technology used in vehicle engines, has helped drive growth at Abtex Corp. 3.4.16

The sprawling 41,000-square-foot facility where Classic Automation LLC makes its home is a long way from where it started. 2.26.16

In the early 2000s when MediSked LLC President Douglas Golub and co-founder Thomas Hogan began to research software vendors that might provide such functions, they were surprised to come up empty. 2.12.16

CaterTrax—a dba for Hospitality101 Inc. —has modernized the food service industry, but its founders' roots remain in Rochester and steeped in catering to the customer. 2.5.16

Triad Network Technologies Inc. is in the process of its third expansion in eight years. 1.29.16

Leaders at Apollo Optical Systems Inc. are expecting increases in sales and staff in 2016, driven by growth in the consumer electronics market. 1.22.16

Greater Rochester Bancorp Inc. has grown steadily in the last decade by leaning on its core business of commercial banking, but now the community bank has found a new opportunity in mortgages. 1.15.16

Neighbors, business partners and friends, Stephen Carl and Mark Goldberg have set a new corporate standard for Dairy Queen franchises in four years since opening here. 1.8.16

Sustainable Energy Developments Inc. started in 2002 with a business model focused primarily on serving New York’s wind energy market, at first with project development and resource measurement tools and then with wind turbines. 1.4.16

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