Centage Corporation, a leading provider of cloud-based budgeting, forecasting, analytics and reporting software, announced they have been named among the Boston Business Journal’s Fast 50 honorees, which represent the 50 fastest-growing private companies in Massachusetts.
The Fast 50 winners were selected and ranked based on a formula that counts revenue growth from 2014 to 2017. The numbers are crunched and analyzed by the Business Journal’s research department and CPA firm Withum, a Fast 50 partner.
“Centage is proud to be among the fastest growing companies in the Boston area,” said Ken Marshall, chief executive officer of Centage. “We take pride in our community and our product. Our team has grown to almost 100 talented Massachusets-based employees, and together we’ve created the Maestro Suite that currently serves more than 10,000 users nationwide. The Maestro Suite is the business’s alternative to time-consuming and error prone activities associated with using spreadsheets, offering a flexible, driver-based model, continuous forecasting, and robust, accurate analytics and reporting. All of which provide deeper insight into their business’s financial operations and total confidence in the accuracy of the results.”
“The BBJ’s Fast 50 represent the power of the growing companies here in Boston. It is not easy to make the list and we congratulate Centage and all of the companies that make up the Fast 50. Boston’s economy is strong in large part because of these outstanding organizations,” said Carolyn M. Jones, market president and publisher of Boston Business Journal.
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The Business Journal will reveal the rankings of Massachusetts’ fastest-growing private companies at a special awards celebration held the evening of Thursday, May 17.