PublicRelay, the transformative PR software solution for communications professionals in Fortune 500 companies, the Federal government, and trade associations, today announced a record year of growth for 2012.

PublicRelay’s growth reflected increasing industry demand for reliable, spam-free monitoring complemented by actionable analytics and metrics desired by senior executives. The company’s growth for 2012 solidifies PublicRelay’s place in the industry as the fastest-growing media monitoring and forward-looking analytics solution for sophisticated, large organizations.
Client growth was seen across numerous industry verticals and client segments, including:

  • Over 180% growth among Fortune 500 clients
  • 75%+ growth in healthcare, education, and professional services industries
  • 130+% growth in federal government accounts

PublicRelay Managing Partner, Chris Bolster said the company’s success in 2012 was due primarily to its industry-leading accuracy and innovation, including comprehensive social media and broadcast monitoring capabilities, client-specific influencer scores, and breakthrough influencer identification and measurement capabilities.

“Again in 2012, PublicRelay’s growth reflected our ability to solve many of the most difficult challenges for communications professionals in the Fortune 500, association, and government sectors. Our growing product suite continues to provide the most useful analytics in the industry,” he said.

PublicRelay’s suite of monitoring and analytics services delivers the most insightful, yet easiest to use, media intelligence for PR and corporate communications professionals.

About PublicRelay

PublicRelay is the premier PR media monitoring and analytics solution for communications and marketing professionals. Known for its ease of use, superior data quality, and actionable information, PublicRelay delivers accurate business intelligence, drives proactive influencer engagement, and proves PR impact for the world’s most prominent corporations, associations, and government agencies. For more information, visit

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