Claraview, a leader in developing business intelligence and data mining solutions for commercial enterprises and government agencies, announced record revenue growth for 2004.  Revenues increased 66% in 2004 relative to last year and the company added 30 new clients.  Additionally, Claraview announced the acquisition of Atlantic Intelligence, enabling the company to enhance its presence in the Northeast region and augment its client base with several well-known companies.

"Our success in 2004 reflects Claraview's commitment to delivering superior business intelligence solutions to clients, completing projects on time and on budget, and hiring and retaining the industry's best business intelligence experts," said Sid Banerjee, Claraview president and CEO.  "Going forward, we will continue to grow organically and strategically through acquisition with one goal in mind - helping clients realize value from business intelligence through faster decisions and better access to data."

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