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SiteCompli Earns Exclusive Honors on Inc. Magazine's List of the Top 500 Fastest-Growing Companies in America

Real Estate focused tech firm ranks #1 among fastest-growing NYC Software Companies and #304 overall, grows revenue by over 1500% from 2010-2013

NEW YORK, Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SiteCompli, the leading compliance-monitoring solution for real estate owners, managers, developers and institutions in New York City, announced today it has been named to Inc. Magazine's annual Inc. 500 list, a prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. Placing 1st among the NYC Metro Area's fastest-growing software companies, 26th among the country's fastest growing software companies, and 304th overall, SiteCompli is now among the most elite privately held businesses in the country.

The New York City based company, known for bringing sophisticated technology and unparalleled expertise to the complex world of NYC building compliance, helps real estate owners and managers reduce the cost and risk associated with local regulatory issues such as building and equipment inspections, permits, fines, code violations and hearings.  The firm recently announced a strategic investment by dmg :: information (dmgi), the business-to-business information division of the Daily Mail and General Trust. Other dmgi portfolio companies include EDR, Trepp, Genscape and Xceligent.

"When we started SiteCompli in 2008, we knew we had a product that would revolutionize the way the real estate industry tracked and handled building compliance," said Jason Griffith, Co-Founder of SiteCompli. "We're so thrilled to be recognized by Inc. Magazine for our rapid growth. The real estate industry's collaborative nature and warm welcome to our technology has been key to our success – the industry fueled our word-of-mouth growth, and provides great feedback that has powered our continued innovation for the industry at large."

"As entrepreneurs, we set out not only to unlock the power of compliance data for real estate professionals, but also to create a great place to work with driven people," explains Ross Goldenberg, Co-Founder of SiteCompli. To that end, SiteCompli has been named a "Best Place to Work for Recent Grads" two years in a row by ConnectEDU, a college-to-career solutions service that has published the "Best Places" list since 2007. 

"The key to our growth," explained Goldenberg, "has been creating an environment that attracts the type of people who have the drive, dedication, and creativity to ignite a technological revolution in the way buildings are acquired, analyzed and operated."

This year's Inc. 500 list was more competitive than ever: for inclusion in this prestigious group, companies must have achieved a minimum 3-year revenue growth of 942.3%. SiteCompli exceeded that criterion, growing revenue by 1,512.3% over the past three years.

About SiteCompli

SiteCompli provides breakthrough technology that automatically and continuously updates and aggregates critical data on violations, complaints, inspections, fines, hearings, jobs, and permits for NYC property owners and managers. SiteCompli efficiently tracks and notifies customers through timely alerts and analysis on compliance issues from the city's key agencies including the DOB, ECB, HPD, DEP, DSNY, FDNY, among others. By tracking the entire portfolio in one digital location, SiteCompli helps customers avoid fines, save time, and get their arms around the increasingly complex and high stakes regulatory environment. Founded in 2008 by Jason Griffith and Ross Goldenberg, SiteCompli monitors the portfolios of leading residential and commercial owners and managers in New York including FirstService Residential, Ditmas Management, Douglas Elliman Property Management, Langsam Property Services, Urban American, Jack Resnick & Sons, CBRE, Tishman Speyer, L&L Holding Company, Brookfield Properties, The Durst Organization and many, many others. For more information, please visit www.sitecompli.com.  

About Inc. and the Inc. 5000

Founded in 1979 and acquired in 2005 by Mansueto Ventures, Inc. is the only major brand dedicated exclusively to owners and managers of growing private companies, with the aim to deliver real solutions for today's innovative company builders.  The Inc. 500|5000 is a list of the fastest-growing private companies in the nation. Started in 1982, this prestigious list of the nation's most successful private companies has become the hallmark of entrepreneurial success. For more information, visit www.inc.com.  

Contact:
For SiteCompli: Jason Griffith, Co-Founder, 800 564 1152, [email protected]

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