ROCHESTER, MI -- (Marketwired) -- 01/22/14 -- OPTIMIZERx Corp (OTCQB: OPRX) today announced preliminary 2013 fourth quarter results.
The Company is forecasting fourth quarter 2013 revenue of approximately $1.884 million, bringing revenue for 2013 to approximately $5.030 Million -- an increase of 245% over 2012, when revenue was $2,048,699 million.
The Company's Chairman and CEO, Mr. David Harrell, stated, "We are very excited for the continued growth we're experiencing in all facets of our business, evidenced by another record quarter. We anticipate continued growth in 2014 and beyond as we expand our electronic pipeline to deliver savings and product support to hundreds of thousands of doctors -- right at point of care."
OPTIMIZERx Corp. provides unique consumer and physician platforms to help patients better afford and comply with their medicines and healthcare products, while offering pharmaceutical and healthcare companies effective ways to expand patient awareness, access and adherence to their brands. For more information, please go to www.optimizerxcorp.com.
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