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[November 28, 2012]

Saratoga named to Lead411's 2012 Tech 200 List of growing technology companies

(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 28 November 2012 Release date- 27112012 - Johnson City, TN - Saratoga Technologies, (www.saratogaus.com), today announced Lead411 has named the company to the 2012 Tech 200 list.

The Lead411 Tech 200 is an annual listing of technology resellers offering solutions and services in cloud computing, mobility, unified communications, virtualization and other emerging technologies. These companies are comprised of privately held businesses with 1 million or more in revenues.


[View the 2012 Tech 200 list] This year's Tech 200 list was fiercely competitive. The finalists on our list ranked highest for revenue and growth among all our applicants. In the past we've focused on the top 500 companies, but this year we wanted to boil it down to the best of the best; that's why we whittled it down to 200 companies.

About Saratoga Technologies Saratoga Technologies is a technology solutions company that offers products, software, services and solutions in the information technology industry and is focused on enabling their customers to benefit from technology. Having offices in Johnson City and Knoxville, TN as well as Abingdon, VA, Saratoga specializes in managed computer networking services, server support and repair, laptop repair, disaster recovery, computer repair, network security, printer and copier repair, print management, telephone systems, voice over IP (VoIP), structured cabling services, phone bill auditing, video conferencing, computer consulting services, accounting software such as Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, document imaging and management, web design, email hosting, web hosting, spam filtering, search engine marketing, search engine optimization, internet online backup, hosted exchange, application development, database programming and other technical services.

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