MicroTech Tops as the Fastest Growing Businesses in Inc. 500 List
Technology systems integrator MicroTech announced it has been named as the No.1 fastest growing business that has made to the Inc. Magazine’s Inc.
500 List three consecutive years in a row.MicroTech provides systems integration, technology solutions, and unified communications and collaboration primarily in government computing environments.
The company manages more than half a million tech users in the public sector daily. As a prime contractor on more than 100 Federal projects and 20-plus contract vehicles MicroTech offers access to 500,000 tech products and services across the government.
“We are very excited to gain more ground at the top of this premier business growth measurement in America,” Tony Jimenez, MicroTech president & CEO, said.
“Micro Tech’s three-peat appearance on the Inc. 500 confirms our continued, consistent success and highlights another year of outstanding business accomplishments.”
“Calculating our financial growth is always important; however, our company's success can be measured in other ways; adding value to our service, delivering more than expected, and ultimately satisfying our customers,” Jimenez said.
Jane Berentson, managing editor of Inc. Magazine, said, “Growing at all during these past few years of recession, frozen credit, uncertain markets, and depressed business and consumer spending is noteworthy. Growing fast verges on incredible.”
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Other industry groups and magazines like Everything Channel's CRN Magazine, Washington Business Journal, SmartCEO Magazine, Washington Technology, Virginia Chamber of Commerce, and Hispanic Business also have recognized the rapid growth of MicroTech.
The most recent among them was the recognition by the Washington Business Journal, in which MicroTech has been termed as the number one privately held Corporate Philanthropist in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area and third on the overall list - side-by-side with business titans Lockheed Martin and Exxon Mobil.
Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Erin Monda