April 28, 2009 08:00 ET

SpringCM Named to InformationWeek Startup 50

SaaS-Based Content Management Company Listed as Business Technology Company to Watch

SAN MATEO, CA--(Marketwire - April 28, 2009) - SpringCM™ Inc., the leader in on-demand document management and workflow, today announced that it has been named to the InformationWeek Startup 50, announced on April 18, 2009.

This annual recognition is given to a group of up-and-coming technology vendors chosen through a three-step process of nomination, online voting and editorial vetting. InformationWeek noted that although the winners compete across a range of technologies, the biggest concentration falls in the areas of virtualization, the cloud and Software as a Service (SaaS).

As stated in the InformationWeek announcement, "The companies that made our list were assessed on the following criteria: innovation in technology or business model; value, delivered in lower costs, increased sales, higher productivity, or improved customer loyalty; and enterprise readiness, meaning a product that scales and is ready for deployment."

According to Dan Carmel, CEO of SpringCM, "We are very pleased to be named to the InformationWeek Startup 50 list. InformationWeek is a prestigious industry publication and considering the many strong technology startups vying for marketplace attention, the competition is very tough. Coming on top of the ACE Award for Best Content Management Solution in Government (awarded at AIIM International), this is our second major industry recognition in April. It is a testament, not only to our solid content management platform, but also to the strength and market acceptance of Software as a Service."

About SpringCM

SpringCM is the recognized market leader in on-demand, enterprise-class content management. Led by enterprise content management (ECM) industry veterans, SpringCM is the first vendor to deliver via the cloud affordable, easy-to-configure content management (CM) services that span document and records management, workflow and capture. Using the CM services, enterprises, systems integrators and ISVs can easily create and operate subscription-based content applications that automate hundreds of business processes. SpringCM and partners also offer a variety of pre-configured applications such as Contract Management, Invoice Processing and Privia, the leading application for government bid and proposal management, at the SpringCM Solutions Central marketplace. With SpringCM, leading companies like Avon, Comcast, Health Net, National Australia Bank and Cox Communications have been able to cut costs, ensure compliance and increase revenues. For more information, please visit

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