NetSuite Ranks Top of the Inc. 500 for the Second Consecutive Year
NetSuite Customers Also Fill Prestigious List
San Mateo, Calif—December 1, 2005—Inc. Magazine, the premier publication for small and medium-sized businesses, ranked NetSuite, Inc., as the fastest-growing private software company in the United States. With an annual growth rate of more than 1,900 percent, NetSuite ranked No.1 in the Software category and No. 27 overall in the Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing private companies. This is the second year that NetSuite is listed in the Inc. 500 list. In addition, six of NetSuite's customers also made this year's list. For more information please visit www.netsuite.com/inc500
"NetSuite's mission is to help growing businesses," said Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite, Inc. "In the process we have grown exponentially ourselves, and that has been exciting to watch. It's all about having one, integrated, real-time system to run your business. Being named the fastest-growing private software company in the land is a testament to what we do and a tremendous honor. To see so many of our customers also on the Inc. 500 is icing on the cake."
NetSuite customers that made the 2005 Inc. 500 include: Merlin Technical Solutions, ranked No. 2; AdminServer, ranked No. 135; Clear!Blue, ranked No. 287; VitalSmarts, ranked No. 293; Hostopia, ranked No. 390; and Cold Stone Creamery, ranked No. 424.
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