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iCIMS Included in Montclair Advisors' 2012 SaaS Top 250

- Leading SaaS provider makes the 2012 list of top SaaS companies published by Montclair Advisors -

MATAWAN, N.J., Dec. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- iCIMS, Inc., a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) talent acquisition software solutions for growing businesses, announced today it has been recognized as a member of the 2012 global SaaS Top 250 company listing by Montclair Advisors.

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iCIMS delivers a SaaS platform that automates and streamlines the hiring management process. The market is estimated at $1.75 billion with a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10%. While a competitive market, iCIMS is one of the largest providers in the space by customer count and revenues. The company releases three new versions of its platform each year while maintaining core pillars of SaaS, including strict adherence to configuration versus customization of the software and multi-tenancy. Unlike many self-proclaimed SaaS providers, iCIMS does not maintain multiple versions of its software and instead supports a single web-based source code, which eliminates the complexity and confusion of managing, updating, and supporting hundreds of customized accounts. This "Pure SaaS" methodology also allows clients to receive quicker and more responsive customer service, as clients can make modifications to their platforms through self-administration capabilities or through free configurations via iCIMS' Customer Success team. All iCIMS clients have access to the company's multitiered customer service, which is available 24/5 and consists of a team of professionals that have expert knowledge of the current release.

"We are honored to be recognized by Montclair Advisors as one of the leading SaaS providers in the market," said Colin Day, Chief Executive Officer, iCIMS. "Since iCIMS was founded in 1999, the company has strived to provide HR professionals with pure SaaS talent acquisition software solutions that are easy-to-use, highly configurable, and backed by award-winning customer service. By sticking to our mission of delivering pure SaaS, we have earned the business of more than 1,300 customers who utilize our technology to source, recruit, and onboard top talent," concluded Day.

The SaaS Top 250 debuted in 2010 and has become very popular with software executives, investors, and analysts. The listing provides a comprehensive view of the leading companies, from start-ups to notable public SaaS firms, which make up the dynamic Cloud-based software market. All 250 companies are considered global leaders in the pure and hybrid SaaS categories.

"We are pleased to recognize iCIMS as a 2012 SaaS Top 250 company," said Kevin Dobbs, Managing Partner at Montclair Advisors. "As one of the fastest growing SaaS companies in North America, iCIMS has demonstrated excellence in innovation, growth and entrepreneurship."

In addition to this most recent award, iCIMS was named the winner of THINKstrategies' Best of SaaS Showplace (Boss) Awards for its measurable business benefits of increased sales, lower costs, higher customer satisfaction, faster operations, and greater profitability delivered by the company's software solutions. Most recently, iCIMS was awarded TMCnet™'s 2012 Cloud Computing Excellence Award for their efforts to bring new and differentiated offerings to market. 

About Montclair Advisors

Montclair Advisors provides customized Software-as-a-Service advisory services designed to help SaaS-based and non-SaaS-based software companies optimize their business models, improve revenues, control costs and deliver world-class software. Montclair develops the leading report on the top 250 SaaS companies globally and provides strategic expertise trusted by industry leaders. The firm offers valuable perspectives and a focused set of SaaS-related service solutions including strategy, revenue, and products. The result allows software companies to improve competitiveness, revenue performance and profitability.  For more information, visit Montclair Advisors at http://www.montclairadvisors.com and follow our Smart SaaS blog at http://www.montclairadvisors.com/blog.

About iCIMS, Inc.:

iCIMS, a leading provider of innovative Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) talent acquisition solutions, is an Inc. 500 and Software Satisfaction honoree focused on solving corporate business issues through the implementation of easy-to-use, scalable solutions that are backed by award-winning customer service. iCIMS' Talent Platform, the industry's premier candidate management solution, enables organizations to manage their entire talent acquisition lifecycle from sourcing, to recruiting, to onboarding all within a single web-based application. With more than 1,300 clients worldwide, iCIMS is one of the largest and fastest-growing talent acquisition system providers with offices in North America, UK, and China. To learn more about how iCIMS can help your organization, visit http://www.icims.com or view a free online demo of the iCIMS Talent Platform.

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