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Following a Stellar Rebrand and a Significant Expansion in Product Offerings, Adaptive Insights Is Named a "Best Place to Work" in the Bay Area

Exceptional Success and Collaborative Culture Make Adaptive Insights an Outstanding Career Choice

PALO ALTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/21/14 -- Adaptive Insights, the worldwide leader in cloud-based business analytics solutions for companies and nonprofits of all sizes, today announced it was named as a Best Place to Work in the Bay Area. Adaptive Insights, with its headquarters in Palo Alto, is highly ranked for its strong growth, market leadership, and unique focus on collaboration, team development, and customer success.

Published by the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal, the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area list is based on comprehensive employee surveys, and honors attractive Bay Area companies that have the coolest workplaces and that foster creativity, morale and culture, making it fun and fulfilling to come to work each day. Along with being nominated as a "Best Place to Work," Adaptive Insights has also significantly expanded its product offerings over the last year and a half, adding visual discovery and financial consolidations to create the only integrated performance management and business intelligence suite in the cloud.

The Adaptive Insights team is thrilled to be helping more than 2,000 customers in over 85 countries make strategic decisions that accelerate growth, improve performance, and drive success. Adaptive's cloud-based business analytics are penetrating mid-sized and enterprise companies on a global scale, with 50+ percent year over year growth for the company and nearly five times more customers than all cloud competitors combined. Adaptive Insights is honored to be ranked as the fastest-growing cloud business analytics company on the Deloitte Fast 500 list; No. 1 in user experience according to Nucleus Research; and No. 1 in satisfaction among all leading Corporate Performance Management providers according to BPM Partners.

The recently expanded headquarters in Palo Alto doubles Adaptive's available office space and showcases the company's rebrand approach, with bold new colors, a new logo, and an updated company name (previously Adaptive Planning). The office is a bright, modern, open environment. It is ideal for cross-functional team interaction, creative brainstorming, and engaging company gatherings, all of which are priorities for Adaptive.

"Adaptive Insights offers an environment built on teamwork, growth, and unrelenting passion for delivering value to our customers," said John Herr, CEO of Adaptive Insights. "The entire company works to drive the success of Adaptive, which continues to scale rapidly as the company proceeds with hiring across all areas within the company, including sales, professional services, engineering and marketing. Adaptive is truly committed to hiring and retaining top talent that works to foster a creative environment where people can grow and make a genuine impact on business results for both Adaptive and its customers."

Adaptive offers a unique culture, which includes regularly sponsored team meals, interactive company games, competitive benefits, as well as playful holiday and company parties. The creative spirit of the Adaptive team translates to companywide success and a common drive to help customers transform business performance and achieve success. (See a recent video created by Adaptive employee band members.)

About Adaptive Insights

Adaptive Insights is the worldwide leader in cloud-based business and financial analytics solutions for companies and nonprofits of all sizes. The company's software as a service (SaaS) platform allows finance and management teams to work together to plan, monitor, report on, and analyze financial and operational performance. With capabilities for budgeting, forecasting, reporting, consolidation, dashboards, and business intelligence, Adaptive Insights enables finance, sales, and other business leaders to make better, faster, more collaborative decisions that drive a true competitive advantage.

Adaptive Insights is used by over 2,000 customers worldwide, from midsized companies and nonprofits to large corporations, including AAA, Boston Scientific, CORT, Konica Minolta, NetSuite, Philips, and Vail Resorts. The company is the #1 fastest growing cloud business analytics and CPM software company on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ list; and ranks #1 in customer satisfaction in independent industry surveys. With customers and partners in over 100 countries worldwide, the company has the strongest channel ecosystem in the cloud CPM space, with worldwide partners including Armanino, Intacct, IntuitiveTek, Plex Systems, SAP, and NetSuite, which offers Adaptive Insights as the NetSuite Financial Planning Module. Adaptive Insights is headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif. and is funded by Bessemer Venture Partners (BVP), Norwest Venture Partners (NVP), Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), ONSET Ventures, Monitor Ventures, and Cardinal Venture Capital.

Contact:

Gina Giachetti
Highwire PR
415-963-4174 ext. 17
[email protected]

Derek Kober
Adaptive Insights
650-810-2486
[email protected]

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