A leader in project management and resource planning software and a Gartner 2015 Cool Vendor Mavenlink, announced that it won the “Red Herring Top 100 North America”.
Mavenlink offers enterprise-grade Software as a Service (SaaS) that transitions how businesses work with scattered teams, contractors and clients around the globe. Mavenlink’s innovative technology suite allows organizations of any size to effectively manage and scale their people, projects, revenue and profitability. Consulting firms, creative agencies and professional services teams in more than 100 countries are running their businesses more efficiently and more gracefully with Mavenlink.
The Red Herring Top 100 North America is a prestigious list honoring the year’s most exceptional entrepreneurs and talented private technology ventures. Award winners are chosen from roughly 1,200 privately financed companies each year in the US and Canada. Criteria for the selections are based upon management strength, technological innovation, investor record, market size, customer acquisition and financial health.
“We are honored Mavenlink has been recognized for its growth and innovation in building the digital infrastructure for a growing, $3 trillion global services market,” Mavenlink CEO and co-founder Ray Grainger said. “This award is truly a testament to the incredible talent and efforts of our extraordinary team, and serves as additional fuel as we drive to accomplish our ambitious goals.”
“In 2016, selecting the top achievers was extremely difficult,” said Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of Red Herring. “The variety, depth, disruption and traction we saw from the early stage companies to those with significant scale made it one of the toughest vintages to judge. The North America winners are representative of the amazing ecosystem that never ceases to astound, with new and experienced entrepreneurs continuing to push the barriers of innovation. As one of the winners, Mavenlink should be proud of its accomplishment under such strong competition.”
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