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Usablenet Named to Inc. 500/5000 List for Fourth Consecutive Year

Mobile Industry Leader Maintains 30+% Growth Year Over Year Since 2009

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 08/21/13 -- Usablenet, the global technology leader in mobile and multichannel customer engagement, has been named to the Inc. 500/5000 list for the fourth consecutive year. The company, which powers the mobile experiences for a number of global brands in a wide range of industries including Marks and Spencer, FedEx, Ritz-Carlton, Hilton, Hyatt, American Airlines, and British Airways, has experienced over 30% growth year over year since 2009.

Usablenet's growth is powered by its focus on strategic client partnerships. The company has offices in the US, Italy and the UK and works with more than 400 clients across industry sectors, many of which are located in the UK and Europe. Usablenet's business is increasingly global, and its platform currently supports a number of global brand business operations across international markets. Today, Usablenet's platform already supports ten global brands in Asia and also powers the FedEx mobile Web experience in over 200 geographies.

In a further recognition of the company's leadership and expertise in the mobile development space, Usablenet was included in Gartner's 2013 Magic Quadrant Report For Mobile Application Development Platforms. Selection to the Magic Quadrant recognizes Usablenet's focus on creating unique and context-rich mobile experiences and its proven technology platform.

"Usablenet's growth is a direct result of our technology, innovation and strategic client partnerships," said Usablenet CMO Carin van Vuuren. "From our early roots in usability and web accessibility, to pioneering mobile web, to our proven technology platform that powers next generation mobile sites, Usablenet's strength continues to be our unmatched ability to create mobile experiences that achieve user and client goals."

Usablenet's recent growth has been further accelerated by partnerships with industry leaders like Adobe, Google, Akamai, Keynote, PayPal, Mastercard and others.

About Usablenet
Usablenet is a global technology leader for mobile and multi-channel customer engagement. Usablenet's powerful platform enables leading companies in all sectors to create compelling experiences for their customers across multiple channels, including mobile, tablet, social, and in-store kiosks. Usablenet customers include J. Crew, Aeropostale, M&S, ShopNBC, Dell, Mercedes-Benz and FedEx. Founded in 2000, Usablenet is a private company headquartered in New York City with offices in Los Angeles, Italy and London. For more information, visit us at http://www.usablenet.com or on Twitter @Usablenet.

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