BELLEVUE, Wash., Nov. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. (PSPINC) one of the Northwest's leading business Web and Hosting providers, is proud to announce that it has ranked 10th on the Largest Web Developers List published by Puget Sound Business Journal.
PSPINC in-house team in Bellevue, Washington has successfully created numerous sites for many different kinds of companies – ranging from Non-Profit Organizations to business associations such as restaurants, salons, and online stores.
This year PSPINC ranked 24th Largest Software Developer all published by the Puget Sound Business Journal, and ranked 3638th place in Inc. Magazine's 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America list also.
"PSPINC is honored to be listed on the Largest Web Developers list and we look forward to maintaining the growth of our business increasing our ranking on the list in the next year," said Mayumi Nakamura, President and CEO of PSPINC "We would like to see this level of growth maintained, and we will help our customers' businesses with all of their technology needs."
Founded in 1987, PSPINC is a Web hosting and Internet Solutions Company located in Bellevue, WA. This year PSPINC celebrated our 25th anniversary, and we have continued to grow into a successful company conducting business in both the U.S. and Japanese markets. Visit www.pspinc.com to learn more.
About Puget Sound Business Journal
The region's premier source of business information, the Business Journal services an unparalleled audience of business and community leaders. In addition to the weekly newspaper, it provides daily updates via its website and email alerts. The company plays a vital role in bringing the area's leadership community together by hosting a wide variety of events throughout the year. Puget Sound Business Journal is a unit of American City Business Journals, which operates 40 local business newspapers throughout the United States. Visit Puget Sound Business Journal on the web at www.pugetsoundbusinessjournal.com.
SOURCE Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.