|By Marketwired .||
|August 5, 2014 05:42 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/05/14 -- Innotas announced today it has been named to the JMP Securities "Hot 100: The Best Privately Held Software Companies" list. The report profiles 100 of the leading private companies in the software industry as identified by the software research team at JMP Securities, a full-service investment bank. Innotas is a leading provider of Cloud Portfolio Management solutions and delivers a seamless way to manage projects, resources and applications across the enterprise.
For the past five years, the 'Hot 100' has identified leading privately held software companies that show exceptional progress and potential within their sectors. Companies are selected each year based on the evaluation of multiple criteria, including financial growth, products and services, quality of leadership, customers and market potential.
"We are honored to be named to the JMP Hot 100 list for the second time in three years, recognizing our growth and leadership in the Project Portfolio Management sector," said Kevin Kern, CEO of Innotas. "Not only is this an incredibly exciting recognition, but it further validates our success in delivering the best Project Portfolio Management solution to organizations worldwide."
Innotas, the leading provider of Cloud Portfolio Management solutions, delivers a seamless way to manage projects, resources and applications across the enterprise. Innotas' solutions include Project Portfolio Management (PPM), Application Portfolio Management (APM), Resource Management, Agile Portfolio Management, and the Innotas Integration Platform. Among its many recognitions, Innotas received the San Francisco Best Places to Work award again in 2014. Founded in 2006, Innotas is headquartered in San Francisco and has hundreds of customers nationwide, across healthcare, government, education and other industries. For more information, visit www.innotas.com or call 866-692-7362.
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