Twelve Maine-based companies made the annual Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private companies list.

The compilation, which recognizes companies’ growth over a three-year period, was released Wednesday by the business magazine. Companies self report their three-year growth rates and revenue to be considered.

 In 2016, eight Maine companies made the list and nine did in 2015.
Among the Maine companies listed this year, SaviLinx in Brunswick was ranked the highest at No. 28 based on its more than 9,000 percent increase over three years. The company, founded in 2013, provides customer service and back office and technical support to commercial and government clients. It reported 2016 revenues of $11.4 million.

Also making the list were:

No. 783- Cirrus Systems, a Saco manufacturer of lighting and LED display products; 586 percent increase; $3.8 million in revenues

No. 836 – Sound Rink, a Portland provider of music industry products for consumers; 542 percent; $5.5 million

No. 854 – Apothecary by Design, provides customized pharmaceutical services in Portland; 527 percent; $206 million

No. 868 – Coria, a Portland provider of IT services; 571 percent; $2.1 million

No. 1112 – Vets First Choice, veterinary pharmaceutical services firm based in Portland; 378 percent; $83.3 million

No. 1517 – Tilson Technology Management, a Portland telecommunications and technology management company; 265 percent; $36.9 million

No. 1715- Landry/French Construction Co., a Scarborough construction firm; 228 percent; $65.8 million

No. 1987- Municipay, a Portland payment processor company; 90 percent; $3.4 million

No. 2749 – Maine Coast, a York distributor of seafood, primarily lobster; 125 percent; $55.1 million

No. 3567 – Otto, a Portland-based pizza company; 86 percent; $16.4 million

No. 4082 – Winxnet, a Portland IT consulting and services company; 68 percent; $16.9 million in revenues.