STRATIS IoT Honored in Philadelphia 100®, Distinguished List of Fastest-Growing Privately-Held Companies in the Region

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – October 25th, 2019 – The Entrepreneurs’ Forum of Greater Philadelphia (EFGP) and The Philadelphia Inquirer recognized STRATIS IoT, an Internet of Things ​Platform​ ​for​ ​access,​ ​energy,​ ​and​ ​automation​ ​management​ ​and control​ ​for​ ​Multifamily​ ​and​ Student Housing, as the 5th Fastest Growing of the Philadelphia 100® Awardees. This list features 100 of the fastest-growing, privately-held companies in the region.

Felicite Moorman, STRATIS CoFounder and CEO accepted for the Team, stating, “STRATIS is a Philadelphia story. You can build a very real business here, focused on real work and real value. Philadelphia is phenomenal for that. The talent is diverse and dedicated, truly beyond measure, our greatest value with a little patience and creativity. The networks are substantial and willing. The hunger and grit are real here. I wouldn’t be anywhere else in the world.”

STRATIS greatly benefits from and values its Philadelphia-based relationships. Some of these partnerships include groundbreaking companies such as Morgan Properties, Berger Rental Communities, and Campus Apartments.

EFGP and the Inquirer hosted this awards ceremony on Thursday, October 24th, 5:30-9:00 PM in the Crystal Tea Room of the Wanamaker Building. Todd Carmichael, Co-Founder and CEO of La Colombe Coffee, gave a keynote speech, “Opportunity and Inspiration: The Key to Increasing Participation of Women in the Industry.” The event schedule included a networking cocktail hour to learn from honorees and the selected keynote speaker. 

About Entrepreneurs’ Greater Forum of Philadelphia 

The Entrepreneurs’ Greater Forum of Philadelphia (EFGP) is the membership-based organization through which Philadelphia 100® CEO winners and other growth-oriented leaders meet for meaningful connections, peer learning, and new opportunities.

About Philadelphia Inquirer

The Philadelphia Inquirer is a morning daily newspaper that serves the Greater Philadelphia Area. The newspaper is the third-oldest surviving daily newspaper in the United States.