Really Strategies is closing out a stellar performance in its 11-year history and is pleased to announce that CEO, Barry Bealer, was recently inducted into the CEO Hall of Fame Society at the 2011 Philadelphia 100® awards ceremony. In recognition of steady leadership, continued growth, and constant innovation Mr. Bealer was recognized by the Entrepreneurs´ Forum of Greater Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Business Journal, and Wharton Small Business Development Center.
Induction into the CEO Hall of Fame requires the executive to have held the position of CEO for five or more instances of the company’s inclusion on the Philadelphia 100® list of fastest growing privately-held companies in the Philadelphia region.
Mr. Bealer along with his colleague, Lisa Bos, CTO, founded the company in 2000 to provide XML and content management consulting services to publishers and media organizations. In 2006, the company transitioned to become a software provider, offering three different types of content management software for publishers and technical publishers—RSuite CMS, RSuite Cloud, and DocZone.
“Indeed I am honored and humbled to achieve this recognition but no one person is responsible for success,” stated Mr. Bealer, co-founder and CEO of Really Strategies. “Sustained growth is a team effort. The Really Strategies’ team has always involved both employees as well as our customers. We measure success by client satisfaction.”
Mr. Bealer has held executive positions with Reed Elsevier and project management and senior software engineering positions for GE Aerospace. He holds an MBA from St. Joseph’s University and a Bachelor of Science in Communications from Millersville University.