San Francisco, CA (October 31, 2011) - Granicus, the industry’s leading provider of cloud-based technologies for open government , today announced that it has been named to the San Francisco Business Times Top 100 list of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies around the Bay Area for revenue growth experienced between 2008-2010. This award comes on the heels of Granicus’ outstanding 2011 sales performance that was 200+% over 2010.
These achievements illustrate that the demands for Granicus solutions continue to grow in the government market, despite widespread cutbacks on spending. In fact, Granicus is quickly realizing that many government agencies are starting to use its technologies to overcome budgetary shortfalls and to prepare themselves to run faster, more efficient and transparent operations.
“I’m proud to see government agencies continue to prioritize technology that helps them lower costs and increase transparency. It speaks volumes about the importance our society is placing on making involvement in government easier. It also illustrates the growing need for government to run smarter operations—less paper shuffling, less redundancy, and fewer legislative cycles,” said Tom Spengler, Granicus CEO and Co-Founder. “With public scrutiny on government at an all time high, Granicus is experiencing an upward sales trend. Governments are partnering with us now more than ever to help them achieve maximum legislative transparency and cost-efficiency results,” added Spengler.
Beyond ranking #73 on the San Francisco Business Times Top 100 List, Granicus is also celebrating these milestones from Q3:
Granicus attributes these achievements to its ability to continue to deliver meaningful technologies that give government everything they need to keep the public informed and involved in their legislative process—including the most transparent, social, mobile, and collaborative technology formats. Even more importantly, Granicus is helping government agencies save millions in tax dollars from staff efficiency and paper reduction. This combination of solution value, return on investment, and Granicus’ flexible subscription-based pricing model has proven to be a good fit for government agencies across the country.
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