Software Paradigms Infotech (SPI) was honoured as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in Atlanta, Georgia. SPI was ranked 31st overall, moving up 13 positions from 2015 when it was ranked 44th.
This is the fourth Pacesetter award for SPI. Receiving the award Sid Mookerji, Global CEO, SPI, said ‘Thanks to Atlanta Business Chronicle for recognising business success stories headquartered in Atlanta through the Paceetter Award.’
The Atlanta Business Chronicle Pacesetter Award is an annual awards ceremony that publishes the list of top 100 fastest growing privately held companies in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Pacesetter event was organised at the Georgia Aquarium with over 500 attendees. SPI is a technology provider of choice for retailers worldwide. SPI’s growth has been driven by changes in the retail industry particularly the rapid adoption of online and mobile channels by shoppers. SPI’s expertise in mobility and eCommerce has helped clients come out ahead in creating a world class experience for their customers across channels.
The 2016 Pacesetter awards ceremony was presided by Paul Brown, CEO of Arby’s. Awards recognition was led by Crystal Edmonson, Broadcast Editor, Atlanta Business Chronicle.
The 100 Pacesetter companies were announced in their index ranking order from 100 to 1. Sid Mookerji, Sophie Mookerji, Dean Friedland, and Caroline Dunn represented SPI at the ceremony, states a press release from Neelu Sharma, Assistant Manager-Corporate Communications and PR, SPI.