San Juan Capistrano-based OptionEase, the stock options tracking and accounting software firm headed by Kimberly Kovacs, reports today that it had what it calls "significant growth" in 2009. The firm said it had 60 percent growth in revenues and new clients in the year. Actual financials were not disclosed by the company. According to OptionEase, the growth came because of "strong market demand" for its software for streamlining equity administration and compliance. OptoinEase is venture backed by GADS Option Fund, Miramar Venture Partners, and others.