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[November 16, 2012]

Deloitte Again Names Vocalocity one of North America's Fastest Growing Companies

ATLANTA --(Business Wire)--

Vocalocity (News - Alert), the fastest growing provider of voice over IP (VoIP) phone service for small- and medium-size businesses, announced today that it ranked 112th on Deloitte's (News - Alert) Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America. Vocalocity has been included on the Fast 500 for the past two consecutive years.

"We are able to grow faster than our competitors because our communications platform has built in features that help our customers sell more and service better. It is gratifying to be ranked high on the Fast 500 list of great technology companies for the second straight year," said Wain Kellum, CEO at Vocalocity. "It is more gratifying to see our customers join us on the Fast 500 list since our customers' success is what drives us to continue to invest and innovate our service."

The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 builds on a string of awards and recognitions that include acknowledgment as a Georgia Fast 40 company by the Atlanta Association for Corporate Growth, and as one of the nation's fastest growing companies on the Inc. 500|5000 ranking.


To learn more about Vocalocity and its services, visit http://www.vocalocity.com.

About Deloitte's 2012 Technology Fast 500™

Technology Fast 500, conducted by Deloitte & Touche LLP, provides a ranking of the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies - both public and private - in North America. Technology Fast 500 award winners are selected based on percentage fiscal year revenue growth from 2007 to 2011.

In order to be eligible for Technology Fast 500 recognition, companies must own proprietary intellectual property or technology that is sold to customers in products that contribute to a majority of the company's operating revenues. Companies must have base-year operating revenues of at least $50,000 USD or CD, and current-year operating revenues of at least $5 million USD or CD. Additionally, companies must be in business for a minimum of five years, and be headquartered within North America.

About Vocalocity

Vocalocity provides hosted VoIP phone systems to small businesses in the U.S. and Canada. The company's goal is to power small businesses with easy-to-use, clear and reliable telephony systems. In addition to its recognition as a fast-growing company and an award-winning telework advocate, the company develops in-house, proprietary technologies like mobile apps for iPhone (News - Alert) and Android and CRM plugins for Vocalocity Desktop.


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