Pilgrim Software Named to the Inc. 5000: Among America's Fastest-Growing Private Companies for 3 Straight Years

Published: Sep 12, 2012

Tampa, FL – September 12, 2012 -- Pilgrim Software, Inc., a world-leading provider of Enterprise Risk, Compliance and Quality Management software solutions, today announced that it has been named to the 2012 Inc. 5000 for the third consecutive year and the fourth time since the award’s inception in 2007.

The Inc. 5000 list is compiled by Inc. Magazine and comprised of a compendium of the most entrepreneurial and fastest growing, privately held companies in America. The 2012 list ranks the top 5,000 businesses based on revenue growth from 2008 through 2011. This year, Pilgrim has again joined an elite company of enterprises that have appeared on the nationally recognized list multiple times.

"Earning this recognition for three straight years is a real testament to Pilgrim Software’s continuous commitment to delivering superior solutions and reflects our good fortune at having world-class customers embrace our solutions,” said Pilgrim’s Chief Executive Officer Thierry Durand.

About Pilgrim Software, Inc.

Pilgrim Software, Inc. is a world-leading provider of Enterprise Risk, Compliance and Quality Management solutions for global organizations. Through its integrated platform, Pilgrim helps organizations manage industry and regulatory compliance, address potential risks, reduce manufacturing costs and improve customer satisfaction. Pilgrim was named North American Enterprise Compliance & Quality Management Company of the Year – Best Practices by Frost & Sullivan, and winner of its North American Best-In-Class Customer Value Enhancement Award in the Enterprise Risk, Compliance and Quality Management Market for the Life Sciences Industry. Pilgrim is a portfolio company of Boston-based private equity firm Riverside Partners LLC.

For more information about Riverside Partners, visit www.riversidepartners.com. For more information about Pilgrim Software, visit www.pilgrimsoftware.com.

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