Demand for SaaS Work Management Propels Clarizen’s Rapid Growth and Enterprise Customer Traction

San Mateo, CALIF. – July 21, 2009 – Clarizen, the leading provider of online work management software, announced its second quarter results with a growth of over 50 percent in revenues in comparison with Q1 2009 results.  The company’s recent announcement of Version 3.1 provides enterprise customers with a collaborative work management solution that improves overall efficiency, streamlines work processes and aligns all aspects of the business.

“Considering infrastructure costs alone, our organization saves money and overhead using Clarizen instead of solutions like Microsoft Project,” said Howard Sackson, CTO of Conifer Securities.  “Our entire organization is able to quickly get up to speed using the solution because of Clarizen’s features and functionality, including those without licenses or project management responsibilities.”

Companies are finding that by leveraging Clarizen’s robust offering, they can manage, measure and control their core business processes.  As companies look to Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions that improve business operations and at the same time, cut costs and time, Clarizen is viewed as a leading choice in theenterprise collaborative work management space.

“Clarizen’s dedication to increasing overall operational performance for our customers has positively impacted the success of the past quarter and we have seen tremendous traction in the market,” said Avinoam Nowogrodski, founder and CEO of Clarizen.  “Our work management solution helps companies move beyond the basic project management of just creating a task and executing it.  Clarizen allows companies to achieve a new level of organizational visibility by creating an entirely new collaborative framework, as well as offering budget tracking and time, task and issues management.”

In addition to recent revenue growth, the company has signed over 100 customers in the past quarter and was named as a top 100 innovative company by TechCrunch Europe.  New customers in Q2 includeEmergency Services Telecommunications Authority of Australia and AgilQuest.