ATLANTA, GA — April 29, 2013— Profisee (www.profisee.com), a master data management and data quality software company, announces its recognition as one of Atlanta’s fastest-growing companies at the 2013 Atlanta Business Chronicle Pacesetter Awards. The 18th annual celebration honors the top 100 fastest growing and highest performing Atlanta businesses. To be eligible for this award, companies must be privately held, based in the Atlanta metro area, established before 2010, and must have experienced more than a 50% growth of annual revenue—between $1 and $300 million—in two years.
During the last two years, Profisee significantly grew in terms of revenue, size, services, and software. The company multiplied revenues by over 390%, grew the Profisee team by over 260%, released major data quality and golden record management updates to their Master Data Maestro software suite, and rolled out fixed-price service packages focused on rapid time-to-value and customer self-sufficiency. In addition, Profisee expanded their international presence with the opening of Profisee Australia.
“Profisee is honored to receive this award,” says North America COO Tony Braniff. “Our team works very hard every day to deliver a top quality product and exceptional services. Receiving recognition as an Atlanta Pacesetter is a testament to such dedication across the whole company. This award belongs to our entire team and, of course, our fantastic customers.”
Profisee is a master data management software company focused on delivering enterprise-grade MDM capabilities through its Master Data Maestro software suite. Formed from the management team of Stratature, the MDM software provider acquired by Microsoft in 2007, Profisee has a worldwide reputation for master data management and competence with Microsoft Master Data Services. For more information about Profisee, please visit www.profisee.com.
VP Marketing, Profisee
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