EasyLobby bucks the trend

If only because I'm tired of posting bad news, here's some good news from EasyLobby, which makes visitor management software:
EasyLobby, Inc. Reports Record Revenue and Profitability for 2008 Company achieves over 40% growth versus 2007's record performance Needham, MA (PRWeb) October 14, 2008 -- EasyLobby, the industry leader in secure visitor management software and photo ID badge printing solutions, today announced that sales and profit for its fiscal year ending December 31, 2008 were the highest in the company's twelve-year history. "EasyLobby continues to be viewed as the industry leader in the increasingly important visitor management segment of the security market, as more and more businesses and organizations are realizing that the paper guest book sitting in their lobby is not providing sufficient or accurate information about who is in their facilities, or why," said Howard Marson, CEO. The company processed a record number of orders from new and existing Fortune 2000 companies, local and federal government agencies, multi-tenant buildings, hospitals, colleges/universities and K-12 school districts, both here in the USA and abroad. The company also saw continued and accelerating interest in its ability to tightly integrate its SVMâ„¢ (Secure Visitor Management) software with over 30 different Access Control Systems, giving customers the best of both worlds without sacrificing any functionality.
Of course, they're not a public company and don't supply any real numbers...


thanks for the note!

We are a privately held company; both top line revenue and bottom line profits are in the millions.

Hi Howard,
Thanks for the additional info - much appreciated. And congratulations on the great success in a tough economy. We need more success stories like this to get everyone out of the doldrums.