Rainmaker Receives 2012 G&L Business Partner Special Recognition Award

Author: Rainmaker Team

Market Leader in Profit Optimization Honored For Helping Customers Increase Their Revenue

ATLANTA, GA - October 11, 2012 - The Rainmaker Group, the market leader in profit optimization solutions for the Gaming & Hospitality and Multifamily Housing industries, received the 2012 Gaming & Leisure Business Partner Special Recognition Award for exemplary performance in the category of Increasing Revenue for Your Customer. The award was presented by Gaming & Leisure magazine publisher Jeannie Caruso at the G&L Roundtable last week.

Rainmaker President Tammy Farley accepted the award on behalf of the company. "We are obviously pleased and proud of this award because it recognizes not only our talented and dedicated Rainmaker team, but also validates the fundamental purpose of every product we design and bring to market, which is to drive incremental revenue for our customers," said Farley, whose fast-growing firm, headquartered in Atlanta, GA, won Gaming & Leisure's Partner Award in 2011. The Partner Award is given to a company that best illustrates an understanding of its clients' real-life problems by offering products that provide appropriate solutions now and for the future.

Rainmaker awards have been pouring in of late. In late September, Rainmaker's new GroupREV earned an Honorable Mention in the Best Productivity-Enhancement Technology category in Global Gaming Business magazine's 11th Annual Gaming & Technology Awards competition. The award, presented at the 2012 Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas, recognizes excellence in innovation and practical application in all gaming disciplines.

In late August, Rainmaker earned a spot on the 2012 Inc. magazine 500|5000 list of the nation's fastest-growing private companies for the second consecutive year. The firm's No. 2222 ranking once again places Rainmaker on a celebrated list of America's most distinguished brands. There are currently seven million private, employer-based companies in the U.S. and a mere seven ten-thousandths of a percent (0.0007%) of these companies earned this distinction. In addition, these companies have posted phenomenal growth against the stiff headwinds of three of the toughest economic years in recent history.