Demandforce ranks No. 15 on top 100 Bay Area fastest-growing private company list

Dec. 4, 2009
This marks the first year Demandforce was named to San Francisco Business Times' list.

SAN FRANCISCO, California--Demandforce, a Web-based customer communication and reputational marketing software platform, has announced a ranking of No. 15 on the San Francisco Business Times' annual listing of the Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Bay Area.

Demandforce, which is used by nearly 6,000 business users connected to 13 million end consumers, has posted 16 quarters of more than 80% year-over-year quarterly growth. This marks the first year Demandforce was named to the list and is the first year the company elected to be included in the selection process.

Demandforce's president Richard Berry credits the company's solution, customer service team, and client base for the 279.1% revenue growth since 2006.

"We are proud to be recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the Bay Area, especially given the storied history of many technology companies from the local business community," Berry said. "We look forward to participating in the fastest growing private companies rankings next year and beyond."

The selection of Demandforce as one of the fastest growing companies in the Bay Area comes one month after the company was named the second-fastest growing software company in California by Inc. magazine on its list of the 500 fastest-growing private companies in the United States.

"The Bay Area has an amazing business community and it's a great honor to be among the fastest growing companies in the region," said Sam Osman, vice president of Demandforce.

"Our launch five years ago was supported by local businesses who served as our beta customers. They are the foundation of a great client base, which is supported by a local talent pool that has allowed us to grow with high caliber individuals as part of our team."

More than 2,000 companies were reviewed for the Top 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the Bay Area" list by the San Francisco Business Times and corporate partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers. Companies must be privately held between 2006 and 2008, have headquarters in the Bay Area, and have revenues of at least $200,000 annually. The annual rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over the three-year period.

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