NATICK, MA–(Marketwired – August 24, 2016) – Centage Corporation, a leading provider of next generation budgeting and forecasting software (Budget Maestro) for small and medium-sized businesses, today announced it has been named to the Inc. 5000, an annual list of America’s fastest-growing private companies. Centage has experienced significant growth over the past year, in large part due to demand for its cloud-based version of Budget Maestro, which grew more than 100% year-to-date versus the same period last year. In addition to being named to the Inc. 5000, this year Centage received top honors from The Annual American Business Awards and The Annual Golden Bridge Awards, and was named as a Core Vendor in the 2016 BPM Pulse Report for the third consecutive year. Trusted by 8,000 users worldwide, Centage’s Budget Maestro is quickly becoming the de facto tool for strategic budgeting and planning. To view the 2016 Inc. 5000 in its entirety, visit HERE.
The annual Inc. 5000 list measures revenue growth over the prior three years. To qualify for 2016, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2012, and be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent (not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies) as of December 31, 2015. Winners will be acknowledged at the Inc. 5000 Conference & Gala, “The Annual Gathering of Top Entrepreneurs,” October 18 -20th in San Antonio, Texas.
“We are pleased to be named one of the fastest growing private companies. Inclusion on this list is a testament to our hard-working employees, dedicated to building and delivering strategic next generation budgeting and forecasting tools to support the needs of our growing customer base worldwide,” said Barry Clapp, president and chief executive officer, Centage Corporation. “We appreciate the acknowledgement from the Inc. 5000 and will continue to evolve our suite of solutions to advance our leadership position in this market and arm today’s financial professionals with the financial insight needed to fuel strategic decision making.”