Clarizen Announces More Than 1,500 Customers Completing 2,700,000 Tasks on Their SaaS Work Execution Software Platform1
Every Month, More Than 100 New Companies Become Clarizen Customers and Make the Switch to Becoming Real-Time Enterprises
Clarizen, the award-winning SaaS Work Execution Software company, today announced their 1,500th customer and 2.7 millionth task being completed on the company’s platform. Companies are searching for a solution to improve work collaboration and execution -- every month more than 100 become paying Clarizen customers.
Delivered only through cloud computing (SaaS), companies experience rapid return on investment as well as improved efficiency and work results from the start of their full-featured free trial. Clarizen allows employees to strategically manage their workday activities, while providing managers and executives with instant insight into activity across their enterprise, resource management and ways to maximize profitability.
"Clarizen has been a game-changer for project leaders and executives alike," said Jim Hickey, Senior Manager of Client Delivery and Operations at Marketo. "Through Clarizen’s integration with Salesforce.com, we have developed dashboards providing real-time summaries with drill down details. We are instantly generating reports that use to take at least 20 hours a week. Using Clarizen means that I have accountability and visibility across Marketo’s client service projects. Clarizen allows us to optimize our resources and work more efficiently,"
Clarizen’s solution is designed to maximize end-user adoption through both product user interface and email integration. Unlike project management systems designed solely to benefit the project manager for C-level reporting, Clarizen delivers value to every team member and their adoption drives insight into the everyday projects that consume time while creating an always-on, searchable and current repository of work deliverables and conversations. This level of visibility means executives can view progress, allocate resources and flag issues in real-time. Ultimately projects in Clarizen are completed faster because companies have the right resources and coordination to get the job done.
"Clarizen connects the planning and the execution stages of a project while addressing common problems such as lack of real-time visibility, tractability and accountability," said Dan Yachin, IDC research director of emerging technologies.
After using Clarizen, customers immediately see the value of the platform. As a result, Clarizen is experiencing organic growth within their customer base as well as with new customers -- 68% of Clarizen’s customers expand their number of users within the first six months.
"Clarizen creates the collaboration, accountability and visibility needed across an entire company, driving our customer growth," said Avinoam Nowogrodski, co-founder and CEO of Clarizen. "The nature of work and how companies are organized continues to become more complex -- demanding a new kind of solution. At Clarizen we believe the future belongs to real-time enterprises who spend less time gathering data across an organization and instead use real-time insight across all work to make better business decisions that increase profitability."
Clarizen delivers work execution software that powers the modern real-time enterprise by making employees and companies work better, smarter and faster. Employees can more efficiently manage and complete the highest-value tasks on time and in budget. Companies have direct visibility into work being accomplished and can course correct and/or plan resources accordingly to maximize results and profits. Clarizen’s philosophy of ’robust simplicity’ translates into products that model and enhance the way an enterprise works, while its ’user-first’ design results in rapid adoption and acceptance across the enterprise.
Founded in 2005, Clarizen is privately held with offices in Hod Hasharon, Israel, and San Mateo, Calif. The company is backed by leading venture capital firms Benchmark Capital, Carmel Ventures, DAG Ventures and Opus Venture Capital and has raised more than $36 million in total investment.
Clarizen’s customers include UPS, Autodesk, Anritsu, ESRI, Lenovo, and NBC Universal. For more information, visit http://www.clarizen.com