DENVER, CO – August 24, 2014 – Denver-based PaySimple, the leading SaaS Service Commerce platform, has been named to the JMP Securities Hot 100 Best Privately Held Software Companies for 2014 for a second time.
This award is the 6th annual compilation of leading software companies that show exemplary progress and potential in their sectors. This edition of the Hot 100 was centered on durability of business models as well as evaluation on multiple criteria including market potential, financial growth, products and services, customers, and quality of leadership.
"We are honored to be a part of this elite group of companies," said Eric Remer, CEO of PaySimple. "In this era of high-growth technology startups focused on growth of their user bases, we greatly appreciate the recognition from JMP Securities of companies focused on high revenue growth and long-term stability."
Founded in 2006 in Denver, PaySimple is proud of the wide range of Colorado companies it serves, including audio and web conferencing leader ReadyTalk, regional residential painting company Patriot Painting, business intelligence software provider Motivity Solutions, and the educational arm of startup community builder Galvanize.
About PaySimple: PaySimple is the leading SaaS Service Commerce platform that helps SMBs thrive. Unlike retail-focused payment solutions, PaySimple has a unique architecture with a customer management system at its core. It maps all billing and payment activity back to the customer record, saving business owners hours of time and promoting their ability to foster relationships with new and repeat buyers.
PaySimple services over 10,000 SMBs across the country, and its integrated feature-set includes: online payments, mobile payments, POS credit card processing, recurring billing, secure customer management, e-invoicing, cash flow reporting, a free mobile app and reader, e-check processing, and more. To learn more, visit http://paysimple.com
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