eMaint Enterprises, a leader in cloud-based maintenance management services, has been ranked as one of the 2013 fastest growing privately-held businesses in the Philadelphia region by the Philadelphia 100, Wharton Small Business Development Center, the Entrepreneurs’ Forum of Greater Philadelphia, and the Philadelphia Business Journal.
“It is an honor to be recognized as one of Philadelphia’s 100 fastest growing companies for the second year in a row,” said Brian Samelson, eMaint CEO and President. “The eMaint team has worked hard to sustain our overall growth, allowing us to maintain our spot on the Philadelphia 100 list. We are particularly honored to be recognized among other companies in the Greater Delaware Valley, which will always be home for us.”
The Philadelphia 100 was founded in 1988 by The Entrepreneurs’ Forum of Greater Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Business Journal, and the Wharton SBDC. Award nominees must be independent, privately held, proprietorship, or partnership. They also must have a full three-year sales history with a sales increase from 2010 to 2012. The rankings are based on verified revenue growth.
eMaint saw revenue growth of 42 percent in 2012 over the previous year, and 167 percent revenue growth in 2012 over a three-year span. eMaint’s staff has more than tripled since the beginning of 2010. Additionally, eMaint has expanded its offices in New Jersey and Florida, and is opening an office in Dublin, Ireland.
The 2013 rankings will be announced by Philadelphia 100 at the Gala Awards Ceremony on October 16 at the University of Pennsylvania.
About eMaint Enterprises, LLC
eMaint, the leader in on-demand CMMS solutions, has been providing maintenance management software solutions since 1986 and was one of the first CMMS providers to develop a completely web-based “Software as a Service” (SaaS) model for more rapid implementation at a lower total cost of ownership.
eMaint’s client base consists of over 18,000 users worldwide across 2,000 sites ranging from small & medium sized organizations to Fortune 500 corporations including manufacturers, service providers, fleet operators, energy and utility companies, health care facilities, universities, municipalities, and facility and property managers.