BLP Unveils Fall ’17 Release of Knowledge Guru

The Fall 2017 Release of Knowledge Guru makes life easier for game authors and provides new gameplay options for learners. We’ve added several new features to the Knowledge Guru platform based on customer requests and lessons learned implementing Knowledge Guru games as part of larger curriculums for our clients.

New Authoring Tools and System Admin Dashboard

We gave the Knowledge Guru authoring tool a new, modern look and feel. Creating and editing games is now easier than ever. Tracking player progress, and automatically sending reports to managers who do not wish to log in to another tool, takes just a few clicks.

New Desktop Play Experience for Drive

We created our newest Knowledge Guru app, Drive, to be a mobile-first experience. But while mobile works great for many learners, some of us still want (or need) to complete training on a desktop or laptop. Now learners can play Drive on a computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Implementation Support, Anyone?

Everyone loves to talk about learning trends and technologies. But what about implementation? We’ve created a comprehensive collection of templates, tactics, and tips to help Knowledge Guru customers make their games a success.

Automatic Emails that Motivate and Engage

Knowledge Guru administrators can now choose to turn on a carefully crafted series of emails that players trigger with various in-game activities. These auto emails are designed to foster repeat play and gently nudge inactive users.

About Bottom-Line Performance

The Bottom-Line Performance team launched the Knowledge Guru in 2012. We are an award-winning learning design firm serving a wide range of corporate clients. Since 1995, we’ve helped clients choose the right learning solutions for their learners, while also helping them to design and develop learning tools effectively. Areas of focus include product launches, customer training, internal process training, safety & compliance and more.

We often use Knowledge Guru games as a pre-work or reinforcement activity in the custom curriculums we create.

BLP Named to Inc. 5000 List for 3rd Straight Year

Third time’s the charm!

Bottom-Line Performance (BLP) is ranked #3719 on the 35th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest growing private companies. It’s BLP’s third straight year on the list, driven by several years of strong revenue growth.

“Only 1 in 5 companies make the Inc. 5000 list three years in a row, so we are extremely pleased to be part of this elite group,” says BLP President Sharon Boller. “Growth brings both opportunities and challenges; we are grateful to our entire team of people for contributing to the success of BLP. They leverage opportunities and address challenges with grace. We look forward to continued growth.”

BLP qualified for the Inc. 5000 by growing revenue by 80% from 2014 to 2016, up from 71% over the previous three-year measurement period.

“We have made the Inc 5000 ‘fastest growing companies in America’ list 3 years in a row, which is really hard to do,” says BLP co-owner Kirk Boller. “Growing that fast has never been our goal, so this rare accomplishment means that the partnership between our clients and the BLP team is producing learning solutions that meet and exceed client expectations. I thank our clients and every member of the BLP team for this recognition.”


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Add These 7 Sessions to Your LTEN 2017 Agenda

Trying to predict where the healthcare landscape is headed? These days, a magic eight ball can feel like your best bet. While the shift to value, accountable care organizations and alternative payment models continue, it sure feels like a whole lot else is up in the air.

Over the last few years, the Life Science Trainers and Educators Network (LTEN) has been an invaluable resource for me as I’ve attempted to make sense of it all. And of all the resources LTEN offers its members throughout the year, the LTEN Annual Conference is by far the most valuable. This year’s conference happens next week in Nashville, Tennessee. It’s the largest gathering of pharmaceutical and medical device commercial trainers in the United States.

This is Bottom-Line Performance’s third year as a Preferred Industry Partner with LTEN. Whether we are speaking, networking or attending sessions, our focus at this year’s conference is simple:

  • When a sales rep is detailing to a physician, what are the three (or two, or four…) things they need to say?
  • What action do they need to perform?
  • The prerequisite knowledge required to effectively partner with physicians and lab directors is substantial. But in the moment, how will reps deliver a clear, effective value statement to the right person at the right time?

If these are questions you want answers to as well, the seven-session suggestions below may be of interest to you. And if you will be at this year’s LTEN Annual Conference, be sure to say hello at one of our sessions or stop by and chat with our team in Booth 407. You can enter to win an Apple Watch in our booth.

1. Training Strategies to Improve Market Access and Optimize Customer-Facing Roles

Presented by: Michelle O’Connor, L. David Harlow, III, Steve Owens & Dee Fullowan

Tuesday, 6/6: 10:15 AM – 11:45 AM

In a time of rapid change, sales teams need the knowledge and skills to present a meaningful value proposition to engage providers and payers. To maintain a clear competitive advantage, companies must have a training strategy in place that keeps all customer facing roles up-to-date with the skills and abilities to meet the changing needs of their customers. Healthcare and industry training experts will describe some of the latest challenges that are affecting product selection and reimbursement. They will also explain training strategies they are using and segmenting by role to equip their teams with the just-in-time knowledge they need.

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2. Bonus Session: 10 Product Launch Training Best Practices

Presented by: Steven Boller

Tuesday, 6/6: 1:00 PM – 1:20 PM

Are you preparing to launch a new medical device or pharmaceutical product? If so, you likely already know it takes careful planning to ensure that reps deliver the right message at the right time for each of your customer types. In this session, we will share ten product launch training best practices based on several global launches. You’ll leave with a quick reference guide to use for your next launch training.

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3. You Successfully Launched a New Global Training Initiative – Now What?

Presented by: David Davis & Laura Baginski

Tuesday, 6/6: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

You have spent a lot of time and effort in developing and launching a new global training program. Now, how do you sustain the momentum from the launch? In today’s training world, with limited resources and short time frames, developing a sustainment strategy is key to ensure that your new initiative is not merely an event but a long-term sustaining process. This workshop will explore how to sustain a global launch through follow-up programs, manager involvement. and other key processes. Bristol-Myers Squibb recently launched a highly successful new selling skills program globally and they will share some of their experience.

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4. Account Management Perspective: Driving a Cohesive Strategy for Product Launch Implementation

Presented by: Heather Katz & Jennie Coughlin

Tuesday, 6/6: 4:15 PM – 5:45 PM

Workshop table discussions will focus on the following areas: 1) Collaboration across cross-functional teams and establishing customized Market Access Training aligned to commercial strategy. 2) Optimizing all training resources to maximize impact and engage the Market Access Teams in a manner that reflected their real-world customer challenges and objectives. 3) Execution of live training including Product Certifications specifically designed and developed for Market Access Field. 4) Measurement of the success of the training to demonstrate value to stakeholders.

After this session, Directors and Managers will be able to define the key components necessary to develop and execute effective Market Access Field Sales for a product launch. They will also be able to understand the methods used to modify and enhance training to align with the unique strategic business objectives.

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5. Reinforcement 101: How to Help Reps Say and Do the Right Thing

Presented by: Leanne Batchelder & Steven Boller

Wednesday, 6/7: 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM

Do you have a strategy for ensuring behavior change after a product launch event? What about a plan for sustaining the learning? Too often, training reinforcement is a task reserved for regional sales affiliates who lack the vision and resources to execute on the business unit’s goals.

Leanne and Steve (part of BLP’s team) will explore a variety of approaches and tools to training reinforcement. Participants will see examples of how other life science organizations use training reinforcement and compare the results of these approaches. Through facilitated discussion, participants will use a worksheet to plan a training reinforcement strategy given a specific business goal.

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6. Taking Learning Global – Is Your Learning Truly Global Ready?

Presented by: Marquitha Gilbert & Penelope Morman

Wednesday, 6/7: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Guide participants in the considerations needed when planning, developing and executing global learning solutions. Challenges participants to think about global learning in another way than current convention. How do you consider creating learning solutions for one country versus many? When working in a global landscape that varies country to country, do you consider whether countries are appropriately resource equipped to execute, the size of the country, flexibility of your solutions, and readiness to execute… If you do consider, how does it impact your global learning strategy?

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7. Instructional Design Strategy: What’s Hot Now

Presented by: Bob Holliday & Carrie Schaal

Wednesday, 6/7: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

This is an interactive discussion on training industry trends, with a focus on pharma’s application of these trends. Comparative analysis of trends will provide an opportunity for participants to share stories about what’s working and where there are opportunities to introduce new trends. Participants will be able to uncover new ways to engage their learners based on the following criteria: field force responsibilities/competencies, learner preferences, technology influences, and business acceleration. This workshop will also include an activity and/or an example outside of pharma for discussion and analysis purposes.

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BLP Unveils Spring ’17 Release of Knowledge Guru

Visuals and Variety. These two words guided our team’s efforts as we decided on features and improvements for the Spring 2017 release of Knowledge Guru. In our second release of the year, customers now have access to a new, modern look in our ‘Quest’ app and two new mini-games in our ‘Drive’ app.

New Look for Quest

Since its launch in late 2014, Quest has become our most popular Knowledge Guru app. We have updated it with a new, modern look and feel. The minimalist game themes across both desktop and mobile and replaced player characters with game pieces that match the board game aesthetic.

New Mini-games for Drive

We’ve also added two new mini-games to our newest Knowledge Guru app, Drive. Fish For Facts gives you another option for helping learners build their knowledge comprehension. Forest Flight is a branching scenario game ideal for analysis, synthesis or evaluation. If you are an instructional designer, you may be noticing a pattern: each of Drive’s six mini-games is linked to specific levels on Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning.

Speaking of Drive…

We added the Drive training reinforcement app to the Knowledge Guru platform in late 2016. Players take a short confidence assessment, then receive short, daily mini-games based on their individualized training needs. Drive is a mobile-first training experience, and it is also available for play on desktop computers.

Updated Log-in Experience… with more to come

Some visual changes, like an updated login experience for players and administrators, are just a preview of bigger changes still to come. We’ll share more in the months ahead.

See it all at ATD International

We will be showing off the latest Knowledge Guru features in booth 625 at the ATD International Conference & Expo. Coming to the conference and want to chat? Get in Touch to let us know!

About Bottom-Line Performance

The Bottom-Line Performance team launched the Knowledge Guru in 2012. We are an award-winning learning design firm serving a wide range of corporate clients. Since 1995, we’ve helped clients choose the right learning solutions for their learners, while also helping them to design and develop learning tools effectively. Areas of focus include product launches, customer training, internal process training, safety & compliance and more.

We often use Knowledge Guru games as a pre-work or reinforcement activity in the custom curriculums we create.

BLP Wins Four Horizon Interactive Awards for Mobile, Game-Based Solutions

BottomLine Performance (BLP) is the proud recipient of four awards from the 2016 Horizon Interactive Awards competition. The top entries in each category are awarded a Gold, Silver, or Bronze distinction for excellence in interactive media. The prestigious competition has received over 10,000 entries from over 40 countries since its inception in 2002.

The TE Town Mobile Learning Game earned a Gold designation in Mobile Apps – Education and a Silver designation in the Mobile Apps – Games category. The app was created in partnership with TE Connectivity (TE), a global leader in connectivity and sensors, as part of their new comprehensive training and sales enablement program. Players are elected as mayor of TE Town and must build their town by completing a variety of mini-games. They must identify the correct customer type, learn about relevant products and ask the right questions to help the customer. Learn more about TE and TE Town here.

“TE is continually looking for creative ways to equip our sales team and distributors to serve our customers,” said Maria Cannon, Vice President of channel marketing at TE. “TE’s vision for an interactive game partnered with BLP’s design expertise created a tool that serves our team in a way that is different from standard training tools. TE Town demonstrates our commitment to innovation.”

BLP President, Sharon Boller, expressed her gratitude: “We appreciated TE Connectivity’s willingness to let us partner on such an innovative sales education solution. It was a tall order to address the sales reps’ needs for an in/out solution that could continually re-engage them without requiring more than a few minutes at a time. This game helps them learn product information and increases their ability to sell – all in just a few minutes per day. We’re thrilled with the recognition!”

BLP also won two Bronze Horizon Interactive awards for the Knowledge Guru platform’s new ‘Drive’ app, a training reinforcement tool for sales reps. Learners complete a short confidence assessment, then receive customized daily mini-games that teach topics such as features and benefits, how to compare competitors and objection handling. Drive adapts to the learner over time to help them master their weakest areas and build on their strengths.

These award-winning solutions build on BLP’s recent success in the Horizon Interactive Awards; BLP has won 11 Horizon Interactive Awards since 2013, including four awards for the Knowledge Guru platform.

“Forgetting what you learned is a huge problem with corporate training programs,” said Sharon. “And if you forget – you might as well not have ever taken training in the first place. Drive is specifically focused on reducing or eliminating that forgetting curve while only requiring 5 minutes/day. Unlike many other reinforcement solutions, it is game-based and adaptive so players don’t get bored or over-burdened. It is also mobile, which is how the majority of learners want to access content. The Horizon Award is a great affirmation that Drive is providing a high-quality experience that will engage learners.”

The Horizon Interactive Awards is an international competition recognizing outstanding achievement among interactive media producers. The competition recognizes and awards the best web sites, videos, online advertising, print media and mobile applications. Each year, the Horizon Interactive Awards receives thousands of entries from all over the world. A panel of industry professionals, from diverse multi-media, graphic design and marketing backgrounds, review the entries to determine the work that is to be recognized. Learn more.

BLP showcases Knowledge Guru, along with award-winning custom solutions like “TE Town,” at the 2017 ATD International Conference. Learn more and register here.

About Bottom-Line Performance

Bottom-Line Performance is an award-winning learning design firm serving a wide range of corporate clients. Since 1995, we’ve helped clients choose the right learning solutions for their learners, while also helping them to design and develop learning tools effectively. Areas of focus include product launches, customer training, internal process training, safety & compliance and more.

Bottom-Line Performance is also the creator of Knowledge Guru®, a game-based learning platform linked to the science of learning and remembering. The platform has received five Brandon Hall awards, including a gold distinction for “Best Advance in Gaming or Simulation Technology.”

About TE Connectivity

TE Connectivity (NYSE: TEL) is a $12 billion global technology leader. Our commitment to innovation enables advancements in transportation, industrial applications, medical technology, energy, data communications, and the home. TE’s unmatched breadth of connectivity and sensor solutions, proven in the harshest of environments, helps build a safer, greener, smarter and more connected world. With 75,000 people – including more than 7,000 engineers – working alongside customers in nearly 150 countries, we help ensure that EVERY CONNECTION COUNTS –

TE Connectivity, TE and EVERY CONNECTION COUNTS are trademarks.

BLP President Sharon Boller and Dr. Karl Kapp Author Book, Launch Tour

Announcing Play to Learn Game Design Book

Sharon Boller and Dr. Karl Kapp’s new book on learning game design is now available! “Play to Learn: Everything You Need to Know About Designing Effective Learning Games” can be ordered from ATD Press and

The book bridges the gap between instructional design and game design and presents a step-by-step approach to designing learning games. It shows trainers and instructional designers how to link game design to business needs and learning objectives. This way, they can deploy games that engage and excite learners.

Sharon and Karl have been delivering learning game design workshops together at industry conferences throughout the United States since 2013. “Play to Learn” turns these workshops into a concise guidebook trainers and designers can easily apply to their own projects.

To celebrate the launch of the book, Sharon and Karl are kicking off a book tour that blends conference workshops, webinars and guest bloggers. Some fantastic folks have signed on to participate in our tour. Each blog stop will add a new perspective to the conversation around learning game design.

Play to Learn Blog Tour Schedule

Play to Learn Book Tour

Date(s) Event / Blog Stop Location
March 3rd “Play to Learn” available from ATD and Amazon ATD / Amazon
March 3rd Bottom-Line Performance Blog Stop Lessons on Learning
March 3rd Karl Kapp Blog Stop Kapp Notes
March 3rd ATD Learning Technologies Blog Stop ATD Learning Technologies Blog
March 6th Knowledge Guru Blog Stop Knowledge Guru
March 7th eLearning Industry Blog Stop eLearning Industry
March 8th Connie Malamed Blog Stop The eLearning Coach
March 9th David Kelly Blog Stop Misadventures in Learning
March 10th Lou Russell Blog Stop Russell Martin & Associates Blog
March 13th ATD Science of Learning Blog Stop ATD Science of Learning Blog
March 14th Julie Dirksen Blog Stop Usable Learning
March 15th Zsolt Olah Blog Stop Rabbitoreg
March 16th Cammy Bean Blog Stop Cammy Bean’s Learning Visions
March 17th Melissa Milloway Blog Stop Mel’s Learning Lab
March 21st Learning Solutions Conference Orlando, FL
March 22nd Learnnovators Blog Stop The Learnnovators Blog
March 23rd-24th ATD Core4 Session Long Beach, CA
March 28th Webinar with Sharon and Karl Bottom-Line Performance
March 30th-31st Texas Distance Learning Association 2017 Conference Galveston, TX
May 3rd Lectora User Conference Cincinnati, OH
May 22nd-23rd ATD International Conference Atlanta, GA
June 20th-22nd FocusOn Learning Conference San Diego, CA

Access the Webinar

Sharon and Karl shared tips and best practices from “Play to Learn” in a live webinar on March 28th. Attendees heard their perspective on the three most critical learning game design steps and had the opportunity to participate in Q&A.

BLP Client TE Connectivity Wins ECIA Marketing Award for Mobile Game


INDIANAPOLIS, 12/13/2016, Bottom-Line Performance (BLP) announced today that TE Town, a mobile game BLP created for TE Connectivity (TE), a global leader in connectivity and sensors, won the “2016 Best Sales Tools – Channel Partner Engagement” marketing award from ECIA. This winning solution was announced at this year’s ECIA Executive Conference.

To be successful, TE’s global sales team and distributors need a broad understanding of the primary customer types they serve, and the connectivity and sensor products these customers require. TE Town helps distributors learn about their customers right from their smartphones, and view applicable products for each customer so they can position the right products with the right customers.

“TE is continually looking for creative ways to equip our sales team and distributors to serve our customers” said Maria Cannon, vice president of channel marketing at TE. “TE’s vision for an interactive game partnered with BLP’s design expertise created a tool that serves our team in a way that is different from standard training tools. TE Town demonstrates our commitment to innovation.”

“Games are a powerful tool for helping people learn and remember,” said Sharon Boller, president of BLP. “TE’s Channel marketing team understands this and embraced the use of games to support their educational efforts. We are grateful to TE for the opportunity to design and develop TE Town. Their vision for what this game could be enabled us to have an amazing partnership that led to an award-worthy result.”

The ECIA Marketing Awards recognize the electrical manufacturing industry’s outstanding marketing initiatives. Entries were evaluated by a group of professionals from Penton Media, the ECIA Board of Directors and advertising agencies. Over 150 entries were submitted that covered nine different categories.

About TE Connectivity:

TE Connectivity is a $12 billion global technology leader. Our connectivity and sensor solutions are essential in today’s increasingly connected world. We collaborate with engineers to transform their concepts into creations — redefining what’s possible using intelligent, efficient and high-performing TE products and solutions proven in harsh environments. Our 75,000 people, including over 7,000 engineers, partner with customers in close to 150 countries across a wide range of industries. We believe EVERY CONNECTION COUNTS.

TE Connectivity, TE and EVERY CONNECTION COUNTS are trademarks.

About Bottom-Line Performance:

For over 21 years, BLP has partnered with its clients to design and develop the right learning solutions for their business needs.

BLP Partners with Dayspring Center to Help Raise Over $29,000 for Homeless Families


We are proud to announce that Dayspring Center’s #GivingTuesday movement was a huge success! Bottom-Line Performance and Silver in the City partnered with Dayspring Center, an emergency homeless shelter for families in Indianapolis, to match each donation that was made during the #GivingTuesday campaign. This year’s campaign brought in over $29,000 for the shelter.

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. It’s celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday. #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving. The movement connects diverse groups of individuals, communities and organizations around the world for one common purpose: to celebrate and encourage giving.

Dayspring Center’s Development Coordinator, Cheryl Herzog, expressed her gratitude for all the support the shelter received this year: “Every homeless child arriving in the coming weeks will have the comfort, encouragement and hope they need to feel confident, get healthy and back on track in the classroom. We realize there are many worthy organizations you could have chosen to support. We are so grateful you chose Indy’s homeless families and their children! Thank you for the many ways your gifts will change their lives.”

We’ve partnered with Dayspring Center over the years to renovate a playground, paint rooms, help needy families shop for the holidays and so much more as part of our BLP Cares program.

BLP President, Sharon Boller, shares, “This organization is very near and dear to our hearts and we are overjoyed at how much money was raised this year for #GivingTuesday. We want to say Thank You to all of our clients, employees, friends and family who donated this year to such a wonderful and worthy cause.”

Tis the season for giving! Please consider making a donation to Dayspring Center.


BLP Partners with Mosaic and Ventana to Win Two Brandon Hall Awards


Bottom-Line Performance and its clients partnered to win two 2016 Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Awards. This year’s winners were an innovative compliance training program that connects business goals and product knowledge to an environmental, health, and safety training curriculum and a product launch training curriculum that uses game-based learning and the power of story to help reps show the value of a new product.

BLP and The Mosaic Company partnered to win Gold in Best Advance in Compliance Training. The winning project, “Phosphate Foundations,” is a new hire training and annual refresher training program that is helping Mosaic improve safety outcomes and employee engagement. The project was the only Gold winner in the Compliance Training category.

“We saw the redesign of the program as an opportunity to use an innovative approach to compliance and safety training and get people talking about Mosaic, and about safety,” said Linda Anhalt, EHS Training Manager at Mosaic. “Phosphate Foundations proves that compliance training does not have to be boring.”

“The partnership between Mosaic’s EHS Training department and Bottom-Line Performance (BLP) was truly a winning combination,” said Andy McGuire, Director of Operations – Learning & Development at Mosaic. “Linda Anhalt, came up with a new and innovative idea on how to deliver an engaging, interactive and integrated performance-based course for safety compliance training, which has historically been viewed as highly necessary but needing much greater participant engagement. Her and her team worked side by side with BLP to design a remarkable course.”

Phosphate Foundations uses compliance constraints creatively to show Mosaic employees how everyday safety procedures connect to its organizational mission of feeding a growing world. Learn about the curriculum here.

BLP and Ventana Medical Systems, Inc. (Ventana), a member of the Roche group, won Silver in Best Use of Blended Learning. It was the second award win of 2016 for the VENTANA HE 600 product launch training curriculum, and the sixth win in the last two years where BLP has partnered with the Roche group.

“Our goal as a global marketing team was to deliver to our sales affiliates a truly turnkey, best in class commercial education program that would enable our sales and marketing colleagues to communicate fluently through powerful storytelling the value proposition of our innovative diagnostic system,” said Vince Wong, former Senior International Business Leader at Ventana and current Vice President of Strategy and Communications at Roche Diagnostics. “Thanks to our partnership with Bottom-Line Performance, we were able to realize this vision. The awards this curriculum has won provide further validation for the innovative commercial training model we pioneered at Ventana.”

The VENTANA HE 600 training curriculum helped support a successful launch… and it has set a new organizational standard for product launch training at Ventana. Learn more about the curriculum here.

“2016 is BLP’s third consecutive year with multiple Brandon Hall wins,” said BLP President Sharon Boller. “Submitting for and winning awards like these represents our commitment to leading the way in instructional design and partnering with our clients to create solutions that truly improve performance.”

The entries were evaluated by a panel of veteran, independent senior industry experts, Brandon Hall Group Sr. Analysts and Executive Leadership based upon the following criteria: fit the need, design of the program, functionality, innovation, and overall measurable benefits. Less than 20% of entries evaluated win a Gold, Silver or Bronze designation.

BLP Named to Inc. 5000 List for 2nd Straight Year


Bottom-Line Performance  (BLP) is ranked #3435 on the 34th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest growing private companies. It’s BLP’s second straight year on the list, driven by several years of strong revenue growth and a portfolio of clients that has grown from local to global.

“Our internal team and our clients both win as we grow,” says BLP president Sharon Boller. “Our team benefits from the emphasis we can put into developing their skills and capabilities; our clients benefit from the new capabilities we gain.”

BLP qualified for the Inc. 5000 by growing revenue by 95% from 2012 to 2015, up from 71% over the previous three-year measurement period. Because of this rapid growth, BLP has increased in size from 15 employees in 2011 to 35 in 2016 with more new jobs planned.

“I am very grateful to each and every one of our clients and employees for making BLP what it is today,” says BLP co-owner Kirk Boller. “This is our second year in a row on the list, which makes it an even rarer accomplishment. While this level of growth has never been BLP’s only goal, we’ll take it as a sign of our success as a company.”


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