PrimeRevenue Recognized as One of Southeast’s Fastest Growing Private Companies

Program Founded by Emory University and Innovations Publishing To Honor Exceptional Privately-Held Companies

ATLANTA, GA, February 16, 2006 - PrimeRevenue, Inc., an industry-leading provider of Supply Chain Finance (SCF) solutions, today announced it has been selected to participate in the GBS Eagles program, the Southeast's premier forum for honoring exceptional private companies and promoting successful business practices in the region. The GBS Eagles program was launched by the Center for Entrepreneurship and Corporate Growth (CECG) at Emory’s Goizueta Business School (GBS) and Innovations Research.

"Being named a GBS Eagle affirms our position as a leader in the supply chain finance market,” said Joseph Juliano, CEO, PrimeRevenue. “By connecting the Buyer, Supplier and Capital Markets, our solutions help customers optimize working capital throughout their financial supply chain. These innovative solutions have contributed to our rapid growth.”

In addition to being privately-held, companies which are named GBS Eagles must have:

• Generated more than $3 million in revenue during the last 12 months;
• Exhibited annual revenue growth in excess of 20 percent compounded over the past three years or experienced headcount growth in excess of 25 percent compounded over the past three years.

“The mission of the GBS Eagles program is to understand the critical issues a high-growth company faces throughout its business lifecycle and to identify the successful processes implemented to address these issues,” said Edward Hess, executive director of the CECG. “The companies recognized as GBS Eagles have realized incredible success in the face of these very issues. Their participation in the GBS Eagles program will provide other early-stage companies with valuable information to scale with high growth.”

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