August 18, 2017
ATLANTA, August, 17, 2017 - MemberSuite, Inc., a leading provider of Association Management Software, is honored to have been ranked on the prestigious Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America list. This annual list recognizes the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S., especially the most important segment of the economy: America's independent entrepreneurs. This is MemberSuite's second year on the Inc. 5000 list ranking #2139 with its three-year sales growth at 171%.
The recognition comes at a time of tremendous revenue growth, customer satisfaction and national reach for MemberSuite. "We are incredibly honored to be a part of the Inc. 5000," said MemberSuite CEO and founder, Andrew Ryan. "We're taking full advantage of this opportunity to educate the industry on the new developments we've made to the functionality and user interface of our modern product."
MemberSuite is the premier software and services provider of association management software (AMS) solutions for associations and nonprofit organizations of all sizes. MemberSuite harnesses the power of the cloud to deliver enterprise systems that enables modern organizations to accomplish every activity they need to serve their constituents. With dozens of modules, a fully-customizable platform, and a dedicated professional services team, MemberSuite is changing the way modern associations and non-profits do business.
"MemberSuite is dedicated to being an innovative Association Management Software provider. Our rate of growth is indicative to our promise to deliver a platform that is constantly evolving and improving upon itself to our market and our customers " Ryan stated. "Our company looks forward to continuing to strengthen our existing partnerships in the industry, forming new partnerships with associations, and engaging with the SaaS community."
About Inc. and the Inc. 5000
The Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth over a three-year period. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by the first week of the starting calendar year, and therefore able to show three full calendar years of sales. Additionally, they had to be U.S.-based, privately held, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of December 31 of the last year measured. Revenue in the initial year must have been at least $100,000, and revenue in the most recent year must have been at least $2 million.
Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including company profiles and a list of the fastest-growing companies sorted by industry and region can be found on The Inc. 5000 website.