Replicon’s Lakshmi Raj Recognized on the 16th Annual W100 Ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs

Replicon’s Lakshmi Raj Recognized on the 16th Annual W100 Ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs Redwood City, Calif., September 25, 2014 – Replicon, the leader in cloud-based time tracking software, today announced that Co-Founder and Co-CEO Lakshmi Raj has been listed 28th on the 16th annual W100 ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs, produced by PROFIT, Canadian Business and Chatelaine.

”I’m honored to be ranked among Canada’s impressive list of top female entrepreneurs,” said Ms. Raj. “I owe my success in large part to the talent, innovative spirit and perseverance of the Replicon team, which has grown significantly year over year since we came together as a company. I’m privileged to be working alongside such a strong and experienced group of people. As businesses of all sizes transition to the cloud and become increasingly mobile, they will continue to rely on us for easy-to-use solutions that help them reduce compliance risk, improve workforce productivity, and, ultimately, be more profitable.”

Replicon has experienced continuous growth in revenue year after year since its inception in 1996. The company’s award-winning solutions are used by more than 1.5 million people in over 7,800 organizations across 70 countries to help reduce compliance risk, keep costs down, and provide greater insight into business performance.

Ranking Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs on a composite score based on the size, growth rate and profitability of their businesses, the W100 profiles the country’s most successful female business owners. Published in the October issue of Canadian Business, the November issue of Chatelaine and online at PROFITguide.com and chatelaine.com, the W100 is Canada’s largest annual celebration of entrepreneurial achievement by women.

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