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SofterWare Ranks Among Top 0.05% Of Fastest Growing Private Companies In the U.S.
Recognized on Inc. 5000 List For 9th Consecutive Year
FORT WASHINGTON, PA, – Inc. magazine recognized SofterWare Inc.’s 63% three-year sales growth as part of its 36th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. SofterWare provides software that helps nonprofit organizations and educational institutions raise money, operate efficiently, and drive growth.
“Making the list gets harder every year as your starting base grows,” President and Editor in Chief of Inc. Media Eric Schurenberg says. “Of the tens of thousands of companies that have applied to the Inc. 5000 over the years, only a fraction have made the list more than once. A mere half a percent have made the list nine times.”
SofterWare’s CEO, Doug Schoenberg, explains the factors that contributed to the chart-topping growth: “Our team’s commitment to our users and developing products that are effective and easy to use are the reasons we’ve achieved this success. We are grateful to be recognized as a leader in our space for nine straight years!”
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