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BELMONT, Calif. — October 9, 2009 — Vindicia, the leading provider of marketing and selling automation for the Digital Economy, is included among the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal’s “Fast 70” – the 70 fastest-growing private companies in the Silicon Valley. Vindicia was ranked 18th by the publication at a ceremony held last night at the Computer History Museum based on its continuing rapid sales and revenue growth over the last three years.
“Silicon Valley has always been a hot bed for innovation and we’re thrilled to be the only firm in our category on the “Fast 70” list,” said Gene Hoffman, chairman and CEO, Vindicia. “Like the online merchants we serve, the region’s success is in large part thanks to its ability to put the customer first and solve real problems. Boosting the bottom line, especially in these tough times, is a win for everybody.”
The publication expanded its list from 50 to 70 this year to account for the region’s many successful private companies. For each year, revenue numbers had to be accounted for on a constant basis, either cash or accrual. RSM McGladrey then reviewed the financial statements or tax returns, consistent with the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal requirements, to derive an accurate new revenue number.
Vindicia is the leading provider of marketing and selling automation for the Digital Economy. We enable digital leaders to optimize their customer acquisition and retention capabilities across a variety of online markets via our SaaS solution, Vindicia CashBox. We have processed over $4 billion globally, and generate over $75 million in annual incremental revenue for our clients. Our clients include TransUnion Interactive, Intuit, IAC, Activision Blizzard, Bloomberg, and Next Issue Media. To learn more, please visit www.vindicia.com