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Verisae Ranked #2 in Fast 50 List by Minneapolis, MN Business Journal

Software and Service Sales to Retailers propels Verisae’s Growth

Submitted by: Verisae, Inc.

Categories: Sustainability, Clean Technology

Posted: Jun 03, 2009 – 12:25 PM EST


Jun. 03 /CSRwire/ - MINNEAPOLIS, MN - June 3, 2009 - Verisae, a web-enabled site and asset management software and services company, today announced it was named to the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal's Fast 50 List.

The Fast 50 list contains fast growing, privately held companies based in the eleven county Twin Cities area. They are ranked according to percentage of growth, year after year, with a minimum of $1 million dollars in revenue in 2003. Verisae was ranked #2 of the 50 companies listed.

"Verisae's growth is a tribute to the hard work and dedication of our employees. This growth has been fun. It would not have been possible five years ago because our Software as a Service business model was too new. We are hitting our prime now and our customers are realizing the benefits Verisae can provide to them. I fully expect Verisae will make the Fast 50 list again next year." said Dan Johnson, CEO of Verisae.

About Verisae
Verisae ( is a leading supplier of computerized maintenance and asset management software and services with offices in the US, UK, and Asia. Verisae's enterprise asset and maintenance management software improves work flow and helps retailers reduce operating costs and meet refrigerant compliance requirements. Products include: asset management, maintenance management, enterprise energy management, service automation, and electronic payment of service providers. Verisae provides services including site asset surveys, refrigerant inventory surveys, and consulting to assure an effective implementation of the solutions.

For more information, please contact:

Daniel Stouffer Product Manager
Phone: 612-455-2300
Fax: 612-455-2324


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