Fort Lauderdale, FL, November 20th, 2020CentralReach,  the leading provider of EMR, practice management, and clinical solutions that enable applied behavior analysis (ABA) clinicians and educators to produce superior outcomes for people with autism, has been named a winner in the Top 100 North America 2020 awards by Red Herring for the second year in a row. One of the technology industry’s most prestigious awards, Red Herring recognizes the continent’s most exciting and innovative private technology companies.


“We are honored to be named a top 100 North American company winner for the second year in a row,” said CentralReach CEO, Chris Sullens. “The uniqueness of the autism care and ABA markets require purpose-built solutions that no generic EMR and practice management solution can handle. Here at CentralReach, we’ve developed the industry’s most innovative suite of end-to-end solutions, we’ve brought on industry experts to guide our roadmap, we’ve hired extraordinary talent to support our business strategies as well as our customer success, and we have continued to invest in new solutions to power the future of ABA. And, this is why we are the market leader and will continue to propel the ABA industry forward with technology and services. Congrats to the entire CentralReach team on this amazing accomplishment!”


Red Herring’s editors have been evaluating startups and tech companies on a global level for over two decades. This provides them with the insight and expertise to see through industry “hype” and select firms they are confident will continue on a trajectory of success. Brands such as Alibaba, Kakao, Skype, Spotify, Twitter, and YouTube have all been distinguished during Red Herring’s storied history.


This year’s winners were chosen from thousands of entrants, whittled down to hundreds, who made presentations at the virtual conference on November 17th and 18th. The event, led by Red Herring chairman Alex Vieux, included two days of keynote speeches, discussions, and finalist presentations. Industry experts, insiders, and journalists with expertise across a wide variety of criteria including financial performance, innovation, business strategy, and market penetration judged the companies. Winners ran the gamut of verticals -- from FinTech and Artificial Intelligence, to Security, IoT, and many more industries.


“2020’s crop of Top 100 winners has been among our most intriguing yet,” said Vieux. “North America has led the way in tech for so many years, and to see such unique, pioneering entrepreneurs and companies here, which is in many ways the heartland of the industry, has been a thrilling experience. What has excited me most is to see so many people forging niches in high-tech and cutting edge sectors,” added Vieux. “Some of the technical wizardry and first-rate business models showcased at the conference has been fantastic to learn about. We believe CentralReach embodies the drive, skill and passion on which tech thrives. CentralReach should be proud of its achievement - the competition was incredibly strong.”

About CentralReach

CentralReach is the leading provider of Autism and IDD Care Software, providing the only complete, end-to-end software and services platform that helps children and adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) - and those who serve them - unlock potential, achieve better outcomes, and live more independent lives. With its roots in Applied Behavior Analysis, the company is revolutionizing how the lifelong journey of autism and IDD care is enabled at home, school, and work with powerful and intuitive solutions purpose-built for each care setting.


Trusted by more than 175,000 professionals globally, CentralReach is committed to ongoing product advancement, market-leading industry expertise, world-class client satisfaction, and support of the autism and IDD community to propel autism and IDD care into a new era of excellence. For more information, please visit or follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook.


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