Charlotte, NC | October, 11, 2016 - ImagineSoftware has been named to the 2016 Grant Thornton North Carolina 100® (NC100), which ranks the state's largest private companies by revenue. The complete list was released in the October issue of Business North Carolina and can be viewed here.
“We are proud to be recognized as one of the largest privately-held businesses in North Carolina and we are honored to be included on this year’s Grant Thornton North Carolina 100® list,” said Sam Khashman, CEO. “Every one of our employees plays an integral role in our company's strength. This award is a tribute to our organization's growth based on our commitment to our clients and partners.
Since 1984, the NC100 has ranked the state’s largest private companies by revenue in the most recent fiscal year, based on data provided by the participants.
In addition, the NC100 named Charles Kauffman, Vice President of Software Engineering, Technologist of the Year. He manages ImagineSoftware's engineering department, leading the team responsible for products that help automate health care management and billing.
“The way we’ve grown, really, is by keeping our ear on the street and listening to our customers,” Kauffman says. “So we really put a lot of focus on paying attention to our clients, and making sure we’re flexible and make any adjustments to meet our clients’ needs.”
You can read Business NC's full interview with Charles here.
About ImagineSoftware and Technology Partners, Inc.
ImagineSoftware is the leader of billing automation software and revenue management applications, offering powerful technology solutions for medical billing offices, practices, and hospitals, currently serving more than 15,000 physicians. ImagineSoftware solutions improve efficiency and build value while applying high quality standards to data integrity.
ImagineSoftware is committed to innovative development and intelligent automation with the Imagine Suite of products, helping clients achieve peak performance and measurable results by streamlining the billing / collections workflow, improving staff productivity and increasing practice profitability to reduce the lifecycle of claims.
A social media and marketing junkie, Jenna Tropea covers a range of topics from healthcare technology to policy and regulations. As a former student in entrepreneurship, she enjoys discovering and sharing the latest news in health IT breakthroughs. Jenna received her MBA from Clemson University and currently serves as Online Marketing Strategist to ImagineSoftware.
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