Monday, November 30, 2015

NeatReceipts adopts new name in rebranding effort

One of the fastest-growing Philadelphia-area companies has become the Neat Co.

NeatReceipts adopts new name in rebranding effort


One of the fastest-growing Philadelphia-area companies is getting a new name.

NeatReceipts Inc. ranked No. 66 on the latest Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fast-growers. As of today, it’s been rebranded as the Neat Co. because, co-founder Rafi Spero said, it had outgrown its name.

The company started out six years ago selling a receipt-scanning device in airport kiosks. Now it has a number office hardware and software products to help business people digitize and organize their paper documents.

In connection with the name change, the company is launching redesigned versions of its products. Its employs about 160 people and had revenue of $11.7 million in 2007.

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