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Accelerize Makes OCBJ’s Fastest-Growing Public Companies List for Third Year in a Row

We are proud to be recognized once again for earning a place on the “Fastest Growing Public Companies” list by the Orange County Business Journal. This marks the third consecutive year that CAKE by Accelerize has been featured on the annual list.

With a revenue growth of 79.9% from June 30, 2014 – June 30, 2016, CAKE has experienced continued growth, driven by our technology innovation and industry-leading customer service. CAKE, a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform solution for tracking, attribution and optimization across multiple channels, enables marketers to achieve a data-driven view of their digital marketing spend and performance.

Since the company’s inception, we have been committed to product innovation. As our company evolves and expands, we look forward to delivering continual advancements to our proprietary SaaS platform as well as exceptional service to our expanding global client base.

This year’s Fastest Growing Companies List includes 47 companies that are divided into three categories separated by revenue amount, then ranked within the categories based on percentage gains. The Orange County Business Journal is a weekly print and online newspaper covering business in Orange County, California and is the second largest business journal in the state after the Los Angeles Business Journal.