Taos, NM – When CEO Mark Danemann set out to create a software company in 1989, he wanted to build a company that had a different culture than just about any company out there. As a result, among other things, he created an employee stock option plan and other incentives for his employees so that he could attract and retain stellar talent. The goal was that their job at Siriusware would be their last job, and they would walk away with more than just their paycheck. In doing so, he’s built a company that provides clients with software and hardware for point of sale services in ticketing and admission systems that currently boasts 13 employees that have been with the company for 10 or more years. With over 250 clients, the company has largely grown through word of mouth referrals because of the company’s customizable products and excellent customer service. Their major industries include ski areas, museums and non-profits, amusement parks, waterparks and attractions. As the company grows, they plan to continue expanding their market share and diversify appropriately. In 2012, Inc. magazine named Siriusware as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the country.