Oracle NetSuite Corporate Communications
Senior Director, Global Communications
With 1,400% Sales Growth, NetSuite Ranked No. 12 Overall in Inc. 500
NetSuite Customers Also Fill Prestigious List
SAN MATEO, CA—October 25, 2004—Inc. Magazine, the premier publication for small and medium-sized businesses, ranked NetSuite, Inc., as the second fastest growing software company in the United States. With an annual growth rate of more than 1,400%, NetSuite ranked No. 12 overall on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies. NetSuite is the most widely used integrated on-demand business software for small, mid-sized and large companies. NetSuite's award-winning products include NetSuite, NetSuite Small Business, NetCRM, NetERP and NetCommerce. For more information about this please go to www.netsuite.com.au/inc500.
"This award validates again that the best way to run a growing business is with an integrated suite of business applications delivered via the Internet," said Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite. "Being named one of the fastest growing companies in the world is immensely gratifying to our employees and partners. To see so many of our customers on the Inc. 500 list is even more rewarding."
Several NetSuite customers also made the 2004 Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies. Among the NetSuite companies on the list were BankServ, ranked No. 144, and CaseCentral, ranked No. 450.
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