San Mateo, Calif., March 28, 2013 – Replicon, the global leader of cloud-based time and expense tracking, today announced that Co-Founder and Co-CEO Lakshmi Raj has been selected as one of the featured Women of Influence for 2013 by the Silicon Valley Business Journal. Ms. Raj will join 100 of the most influential women in Silicon Valley at an awards ceremony scheduled to take place on Thursday, May 2 at The Fairmont in San Jose, California.
The annual Women of Influence Awards is one of the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s largest and most recognized events that highlights the innovation and business accomplishments of Silicon Valley women in the fields of technology, finance, health care, nonprofit and education. This year’s honorees include 21 technology leaders such as Karen Appleton at Box, Ranjana Clark at PayPal, Marguerite Dinno at eBay, Margret Schmidt at TiVo, Darpan Thawani at Oracle and Marianna Tessel at VMware. Out of the 100 honorees, 17 women are founders and C-level executives.
“It’s an honor to be included among the most influential women in Silicon Valley and we are so grateful to our customers who have helped build Replicon into the leading provider of cloud-based time tracking solutions,” said Ms. Raj. “As businesses of all sizes transition to the cloud and the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, we strive to provide our customers a hassle-free experience and achieve greater visibility for increased workforce productivity and profitability.”
Under Ms. Raj’s marketing and sales leadership, the company now markets seven products that cover time and attendance, time billing, project costing, expense management and resource management to more than 2,500 customers, and has four locations and more than 360 employees around the world.
All 100 Women of Influence honorees will be profiled in a special Women of Influence publication slated for release on April 5, 2013.