We look forward to what the future holds and we hope you’ll join us on this journey, whether that be joining the team, starting a project with us, or cheering us on from the sidelines.
Named a Louisville Fast 50 Company for the 3rd consecutive year
We’re in a period of continuous growth and we’re so happy to find ourselves in such a situation.
Recognized as a Best Place to Work in Kentucky
Composable received the #11 rank in the small business category of Best Places to Work in Kentucky.
Listed as a Best Place to Work in Greater Louisville
Composable Systems was named as one of twenty-five companies and non-profits that make coming to work each day wonderful.
First Inc. 5000 Award
For the very first time, Composable Systems has received a national recognition as one of the 5,000 fastest growing companies in the United States.
Named Microsoft Preferred Supplier, Microsoft Gold Partner Certification in Application Development
By becoming a Gold Application Development competency partner, Composable Systems is ranked in the top 5% of companies in the Microsoft Partner Network.
Named #16 Louisville Fast 50 Company
For the second year in a row we were named a Fast 50 company by Louisville Business First, this time ranked #16.
Moved Into the Firehouse
After outgrowing our previous office, we boxed everything up and moved into the old Engine 3 Firehouse at the corner of Main and Shelby.
Named #39 Louisville Fast 50 Company
We were honored to be named the 39th Fastest Growing Company in Louisville by Business First.
10th Employee Hired
Our startup reached this first employee milestone 5 years after opening and we’ve only grown faster since.
Microsoft SharePoint MVPs
Co-founders Jeremy Sublett and Bryan Phillips each earned the highly desired status of Microsoft SharePoint MVP. Having two MVPs in the same city is rare; there are only 50 MVPs globally at any point in time.
Founded Composable Systems
Jeremy and Bryan met, brainstormed, and decided to combine talents and develop a high-quality, custom software solution company. It didn’t matter that their “office” was a kitchen table; they had the knowledge and expertise to make it work.