Mountain Point Fast 50

Mountain Point Again Recognized by Charlotte Business Journal for Growth, Excellence

December 12, 2018

Fast 50 Charlotte designation highlights Mountain Point’s work in revolutionizing manufacturing.

Mountain Point, a consulting firm that specializes in helping manufacturers undergo digital transformations, has been recognized by the Charlotte Business Journal as one of the top 50 fastest growing companies in the Charlotte area.

The Journal’s annual “Fast 50” list highlights companies with outstanding growth, entrepreneurial excellence, leadership, and contribution to Charlotte’s strength as a region. This is the second consecutive year Mountain Point has made the list.

The company was founded in 2013 with the goal of revolutionizing the manufacturing sector for the digital world.

“We’re incredibly proud of our team’s accomplishments,” Andrew Rieser, President of Mountain Point, said. “Our success stems from helping our clients grow and improve, and that’s very rewarding and fulfilling.”

Mountain Point is nationally recognized for its expertise in helping manufacturing companies modernize their operations to better compete in the high-tech, global economy. Their team of expert consultants helps manufacturers integrate cutting-edge tools and processes by leveraging predictive analysis, company-wide data integration, and end-to-end business solutions built on the Salesforce platform. Mountain Point is the only Salesforce partner in the country focused exclusively on the manufacturing sector.

“I think one of the best decisions we’ve made was to adopt a laser-like focus on serving manufacturing and distribution companies,” Rieser said. “It has allowed us to develop deep expertise in the industry and truly understand the challenges and opportunities facing manufacturers. We’re helping our customers extend lean principles beyond the shop floor to deliver their products and services faster and cheaper — all while better serving their customers.”

Mountain Point is a member of the Savage Grant family of companies.