cleverbridge, a global full-service e-commerce provider for software and SaaS companies, announces that the company has been named to the 2013 Lead411 Technology 200 List of the fastest growing tech companies in
Lead411 Technology 200 applicants were required to be privately held, U.S. based companies with at least
“We are extremely proud of our team's accomplishments and continued growth, as it’s a strong testament to our ability to scale and deliver value for clients with our e-commerce solution,” said
Used by many of the largest software and SaaS companies, cleverbridge end-to-end solutions drive the global e-commerce of clients worldwide with the industry’s most flexible platform. Built based on client needs, cleverbridge’s e-commerce solution is flexible enough to be customized to meet the unique requirements of each client, yet it can be implemented in a fraction of the time required by competing services. Clients not only experience a seamless data migration to a tailored solution in a matter of weeks, with no interruption to online sales, but are also able to leverage cleverbridge’s experienced client management team who provide expert consultation on a day-to-day basis for a broad range of e-commerce strategies and tactics.
The Lead411 Technology 200 List is available online at http://www.lead411.com/tech200/2013/list.php. To learn more about cleverbridge, please contact inquiry(at)cleverbridge(dot)com or visit http://www.cleverbridge.com.
cleverbridge is a global full-service e-commerce provider for companies that sell software and SaaS solutions. The company’s flexible cloud-based platform and experienced client service drive the performance of B2C and B2B businesses around the world, enabling the complete optimization of their global online sales and marketing initiatives. Headquartered in
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11131727.htm
Most Popular Stories
- American Airlines, US Airways Complete Merger
- ACA Delay Stresses Small Businesses
- Questions Remain in Jenni Rivera's Death
- Unemployed Wait as Lawmakers Debate
- General Dynamics Plans 200 New Jobs in N.M.
- Harley Issues Motorcycle Recall
- Dell Offers Undisclosed Number of Employee Buyouts
- Auto Dealer Builds Big Solar Project
- Saab Gets Back into the Game; U.S. Auto Sales Soar
- Entrepreneurs' Next Creation May Be New Laws