Woodland Hills software company Feedonomics has been selected by Inc. magazine as a top 100 firm on its 2019 Inc. 5000 list, an annual compilation of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.

Feedonomics is a platform that optimizes retailer product data so clients’ products appear higher in searches on advertising channels such as Google Shopping, Amazon.com and Facebook, where shoppers can click to make purchases. It was founded by brothers Brian and Robert Roizen in 2013.

The company raked in $7.4 million in revenue last year and enjoyed three-year growth of 3,371 percent, earning the No. 95 spot on the list. It was also ranked No. 7 in the advertising and marketing category.

“This is a wonderful validation of the immense work and dedication of all our Feedonomics team members,” said Chief Executive Shawn Lipman in a statement. “We set out at our inception to create a unique company not only in terms of the groundbreaking technology and service that we provide but in our commitment to our culture.”