Forbes Names SS&C to "100 Best Small Companies" 2012 List
WINDSOR, Conn., Nov. 6, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq:SSNC), a global provider of financial services software and software-enabled services, today announced that it has been ranked #76 on the Forbes list of America's "100 Best Small Companies."
As a "100 Best Small Companies" candidate, a company must have been publicly traded for at least a year, pull in annual revenue between $5 million and $1 billion and boast a stock price no lower than $5 a share. The rankings are based on earnings growth, sales growth and return on equity in the past 12 months and over five years. Forbes also factored in the stock performance of each company compared with that of its peers.
"We are honored to be recognized by Forbes as one of the best small companies in America," said Bill Stone, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, SS&C Technologies. "The recognition is a testimony of the high value SS&C employees deliver to our customers everyday. This customer satisfaction directly translates into sales, earnings and market capitalization."
About SS&C Technologies
SS&C is a global provider of investment and financial software-enabled services and software focused exclusively on the global financial services industry. Founded in 1986, SS&C has its headquarters in Windsor, Connecticut and offices around the world. Some 5,500 financial services organizations, from the world's largest institutions to local firms, manage and account for their investments using SS&C's products and services. These clients in the aggregate manage over $26 trillion in assets.
Additional information about SS&C (Nasdaq:SSNC) is available at www.ssctech.com.
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CONTACT: Patrick Pedonti, Chief Financial Officer Tel: +1-860-298-4738 E-mail: InvestorRelations@sscinc.com
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