We knew Boston was the perfect place to grow Catalant, and we’re excited to be part of a culture of innovation in our home city.
Catalant Technologies is thrilled to be named the 2nd fastest-growing company in Massachusetts by the Boston Business Journal. As part of the BBJ’s annual “Fast 50” list, this honor cement’s Catalant’s reputation as one of Boston’s elite technology companies. The Boston Business Journal partners with CPA firm Withum to select winners based on a formula that includes revenue growth over the past three years.
Catalant Technologies helps companies deliver on critical initiatives faster by providing a software platform where senior business leaders can align work to business strategy, access and deploy the right people to the right work, and provide actionable insights into business performance. More than 30% of the Fortune 100 partner with Catalant, including Shell, General Electric, PTC, and Anheuser-Busch InBev.
“It’s an honor to be recognized by the Boston Business Journal. It’s a validation of our ability to help customers accelerate growth, drive efficiency, and innovate faster,” says Rob Biederman, Co-Founder and Co-CEO. “It’s also a testament to our innovative Catalant team members who drive successful partnerships every day.”
“We knew Boston was the perfect place to grow Catalant, and we’re excited to be part of a culture of innovation in our home city. We look forward to growing even more in the months and years to come,” adds Pat Petitti, Co-Founder and Co-CEO.
About the Boston Business Journal
The Boston Business Journal is Greater Boston’s leading source of business news, information and events, reaching readers through the weekly print publication, the website bostonbusinessjournal.com and e-mail products. The BBJ also prints the annual Book of Lists — the region’s top resource for business decision-makers seeking information about potential clients, suppliers and partners. The Boston Business Journal is published by American City Business Journals, the nation’s largest publisher of metropolitan business news.