Atlanta-based Purchasing Power announced this week it has shipped $200 million products since the company started in 2001. It made $50 million in revenue last year, and increased the number of products ordered through its benefit program during the back-to-school period by 133 percent since the same period last year.

“Employers are looking for non-traditional ways to help and support their hard-working and dedicated employees, “said Richard Carrano, Purchasing Power president and chief financial officer. “Our continued growth speaks directly to the emergent trend of employers expanding their benefit offerings to include programs that appeal to employees who are focused on saving time and money while exercising greater control over their benefit programs.”