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San Mateo, CALIF. – October 19, 2009 – Clarizen a leading provider of online work management software, today announced 40 percent revenue growth in Q3 with the acquisition of more than 100 new customers and increased licenses within its existing customer base. Clarizen signed companies such as CD-Adapco,, Autodesk, Loma Linda University, Public Health Seattle & King County and Verite, demonstrating the industry’s readiness for a more comprehensive project management solution that manages the entire lifecycle of a project.

Clarizen helps us better understand the cost of our software development cycles across the various projects we are working on at any given time. The simplicity of the time tracking module makes it easy for our employees to insert their time on projects, and coupled with the report generator module, we now have a much better grasp of costs than we had prior to using Clarizen,” says Larry Hodgson, Vice President of Product Development at Incredible Technologies.

By managing projects, resources, timesheets, expenses, issues, budgets and more, Clarizen provides valuable insight into an organization’s business operations and execution. Clarizen’s project related correspondence via e-mail and live chat boosts productivity by exposing real-time information needed to make the right decisions at the right time.

The increase in license acquisitions within Clarizen’s existing customer base is a result of the platform’s intuitive design, extensive feature set and user-centric paradigm, allowing for instant team adoption. Businesses quickly and easily deploy Clarizen without implementation costs or expensive hardware requirements.

Avinoam Nowogrodski, founder and CEO of Clarizen, says, “Clarizen’s online work management platform transforms the way companies work by facilitating true team collaboration, and ensuring data is always current and aligned with business objectives. Clarizen allows our customers to focus on business execution by giving them real-time visibility to make the right decisions in their daily work as well as in strategic project activities.”