Urjanet Earns Coveted Spot on List of Atlanta's Fastest Growing Companies

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The Atlanta Business Chronicle recognizes the leading energy data provider as a Pacesetter

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Market-leading organizations around the world increasingly understand the important role high-quality energy data plays in reducing energy consumption.

Urjanet, the industry’s first automated utility bill and interval data-as-a-service solution, today announced the company has been named one of Atlanta’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The publication honored Urjanet at the 2015 Pacesetter Awards Ceremony held today at the Georgia World Congress Center.

To qualify for the Pacesetter Awards, businesses must be privately owned, based in the 20-county metro area, and not be a subsidiary of another company. The firms also have to have been established in the first quarter of 2011 or earlier, experienced a two-year growth in sales of more than 50 percent, and earned revenue between $1 million and $300 million in 2013. Urjanet’s annual revenues from its subscription model have tripled annually since the company was founded in 2010.

“We are honored to be recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as one of Atlanta’s fastest growing companies,” said Sanjoy Malik, Urjanet’s CEO. “Our rapid growth demonstrates that market-leading organizations around the world increasingly understand the important role high-quality energy data plays in reducing energy consumption, cost, and carbon emissions. Reducing global energy consumption requires automated access to data from the world’s disparate utilities and we are pleased to provide that data.”

ABOUT URJANET
Urjanet’s mission is to provide the world with easy access to automated utility data. Our cloud-based technology seamlessly extracts and normalizes disparate utility bill and interval data directly from the source, and delivers it into the business systems and products that rely on it. Leading commercial enterprises and energy solutions providers use Urjanet data to gain deeper insight into energy consumption and spend. Urjanet is a privately-held company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, visit http://www.urjanet.com.

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