February 5, 2004, Austin, Texas – Perficient, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRFT), a leading eBusiness solutions provider to Global 3000 companies in the central United States, today announced that venture capitalist Morton Meyerson, the largest shareholder of Perficient, is featured in the February 16 issue of Forbes on the magazine’s Midas List of the 50 top venture investors in the country.
A list that “seeks to identify individuals who deploy venture capital to create wealth for their investors,” the Midas List singles out Perficient as a company in which Meyerson “boosted” his stake in 2003. Meyerson is the former chief executive of EDS and Perot Systems who, according to the Midas List, is “now into backing IT services.”
“Mr. Meyerson’s strong support of Perficient highlights the strong health and viability of our business model as well as the sector,” said Jack McDonald, chairman and chief executive officer of Perficient. “This underscores our commitment to profitability and building shareholder value.”
The complete list can be found at: http://www.forbes.com/2004/01/26/midasland04.html
Perficient is a leading provider of eBusiness solutions to Global 3000 companies in the Central United States. Perficient helps companies acquire and strengthen their customer relationships, reduce their costs and empower their employees by helping them create Enabled Enterprises™, Web-based infrastructures with dynamically-integrated business applications that extend enterprise technology assets to customers, employees, suppliers and partners. Perficient is an award-winning “Premier Level” IBM business partner and a recognized expert in IBM’s WebSphere® software. Perficient’s other partners consist of leading eBusiness technology and services providers including Microsoft, Stellent, Bowstreet, Wily Technology, Tibco, Mainline, Digex, Fusion and others. For more information about Perficient, which has more than 140 professionals in the Central US and Canada, please visit http://www.perficient.com/.
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