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Vindicia

October 26, 2012 09:03 ET

Vindicia Named a Fastest Growing Private Company in the San Francisco Bay Area for Second Consecutive Year

Company Ranks 40 in San Francisco Business Times' "Fast 100 Private" List 2012

BELMONT, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 26, 2012) - Vindicia, the leading provider of marketing and selling automation for the Digital Economy, today announced that it has made this year's San Francisco Business Times' "Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies" list for the second consecutive year. Ranking 40 by the publication, Vindicia was honored for its consistent and rapid sales and revenue growth over the last three years at a ceremony on October 24 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco.

"We're pleased to have made the list for the second year in a row and to be a part of this innovative technology hub," said Gene Hoffman, Chairman and CEO at Vindicia. "This recognition is yet another nod this year for our team and also a great testament to the innovative work our clients are doing to further the Digital Economy."

Vindicia has grown into a leader in its market, with top clients across the successful and growing markets it serves -- from online gaming to software to media/content, and online dating. Many of the world's most recognized names use Vindicia's family of CashBox solutions to maximize revenues while optimizing customer support and services. Some of these clients include San Francisco-based TuneUp Media, SpeedDate, and Peanut Labs.

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About Vindicia
Vindicia is the leading provider of marketing and selling automation for the Digital Economy. We enable digital leaders to optimize their customer acquisition and retention capabilities across a variety of online markets via our SaaS solution, Vindicia CashBox. We have processed over $4 billion globally and generate over $75 million in annual incremental revenue for our clients. Our clients include TransUnion Interactive, Intuit, Activision Blizzard, IAC, Bloomberg, and Next Issue Media. To learn more, please visit www.vindicia.com.

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