Accounting Today Names BlackLine CEO to Inaugural List of ‘10 Worth Watching’ Women Pioneers
LEADING INDUSTRY PUBLICATION RECOGNIZES THERESE TUCKER FOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN BUILDING FAST-GROWING FINANCIAL CLOSE SOFTWARE COMPANY FROM GROUND UP
Calabasas, Calif. – Oct. 27, 2010 – Leading industry publication Accounting Today has named Therese Tucker, CEO and founder of financial software provider BlackLine Systems, to its first-ever ‘10 Worth Watching’ list, out this week to the magazine’s more than 60,000 subscribers. The digital version of the article in the Oct. 25th issue is available at http://digital.accountingtoday.com/accountingtoday/20101025?sub_id=mwDIJqCwVpZ6#pg10.
The inaugural Accounting Today ‘10 Worth Watching’ list focuses on women who are pioneers in a wide range of accounting-related areas, and who are “inspiring for what they offer the profession.” According to the publication, they are women “whose achievements deserve recognition by the accounting profession as a whole.”
With just over 60 employees on staff, Tucker boasts a client roster that includes such household names as AT&T, Boeing, Costco, Cox Communications, eBay and Northrop Grumman. Leading global accounting and consulting firms Deloitte, Ernst & Young and KPMG are among a growing list of organizations with representatives who have become ‘BlackLine Certified Implementers.’
BlackLine revenues were up by more than 50 percent in 2009. The 2009 growth follows two sequential previous years where the company’s revenues doubled under Tucker’s direction.