Austin, TX, May 27, 2010 — The Profiles Research Institute released the 2010 America’s Most Productive Companies (AMPC) study, and announced which companies exceeded the productivity of all other candidates within the study. The AMPC All-Star winners have achieved the top productivity ranking in their sub-industry for two consecutive years, and have also managed to increase their year-over-year productivity. The 2010 AMPC All-Stars are:
ARRIS Group, Inc.
Bowne & Co., Inc.
Comfort Systems USA, Inc.
EPIQ Systems, Inc.
FLIR Systems, Inc.
FTI Consulting, Inc.
J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc.
Maxwell Technologies, Inc.
Pacer International, Inc.
Power Integrations, Inc.
Sypris Solutions, Inc.
The New York Times Company
Thomas & Betts Corporation
“This study is a substantial tool for companies nationwide. The AMPC All-Stars are truly remarkable companies that deserve the recognition and credibility that comes with it,” said Dario Priolo, Managing Director of the Profiles International Research Institute.
The AMPC study focuses specifically on labor productivity, which is defined as the revenue produced per full-time employee or full-time employee equivalent in 2009. The study focuses only on American organizations. In order to determine which companies were the most productive, the Profiles Research Institute analyzed financial data from over 2,200 publicly traded companies. A series of comprehensive studies were then conducted on each company listed in the AMPC study, in order to determine the “best practices” exhibited by each organization.
View the full report: America’s Most Productive Companies 2010
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