Orchestra Software Annual Revenue, Number of Employees, Growth and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Orchestra Software's estimated annual revenue is currently $9.1M per year.
- Orchestra Software's estimated revenue per employee is $145,000
- Orchestra Software's total funding is $14M.
- Orchestra Software has 63 Employees.
- Orchestra Software grew their employee count by 15% last year.
- Orchestra Software currently has 1 job openings.
|Dagny Stark||Project Manager|
|Claudia Musick||Customer Success Manager|
|Danielle Lakeberg||VP of Customer Success|
|Lida Stransky||Lead Customer Success Manager|
|Chelsea Parsons||Customer Success Manager|
|Chad Youngman||Technical Delivery Manager|
|Marisa Krieg||Chief Operating Officer|
|Grant McCaw||Vice President Of Technology|
|Bachar Menzalji||Enterprise Customer Success Manager|
What Is Orchestra Software?
Orchestra Software is a privately-held enterprise software company founded in 2008. Orchestra creates industry vertical solutions that are scalable for large companies yet affordable enough for small and midsize growing companies. Orchestraâ€™s industry-specific software consolidates all company operations into a single application, providing unparalleled insight into the business, creating opportunity for cost savings and increasing profitability. As an SAP Business One Gold Partner, Orchestra Software has received numerous awards, including SAP Business One Innovation and Leadership Award, SAP Business One Cloud Partner of the Year and the SAP North American Partner Excellence Award.keywords:N/A
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