|Net@Work Listed on the 2007 Inc. 5,000
Net@Work ranks among the nation's 5,000 fastest growing businesses; company's success attributed to range of service/product offerings, customized solutions, and superior customer support
New York (August 30, 2007) - Net@Work, a leading provider of integrated business technology solutions, today announced that it was listed on the first-ever Inc. 5,000, which recognizes the fastest-growing private companies in the country. The rankings are based on sales growth over a three-year period; over this span of time, Net@Work has grown exponentially, expanding its core service offerings organically and via several strategic acquisitions. Prior to the listing on the Inc. 5,000, Net@Work garnered a host of awards (i.e., listed among CMP Media's 2007 Fast-Growth 100 Solution Providers) marking the company's emergence as one of the N.Y. metropolitan area's leading and most respected full-service value added resellers, noted for both its breadth of customized solutions and its responsive support.
"To be listed among the nation's most successful private companies recognizes the commitment and talent of the entire Net@Work team, from our product specialists and network architects to our incredibly capable and passionate back office staff that makes the business go," said Net@Work co-founder Alex Solomon. "It is also further validation of our business model: provide customers with real-world business solutions tailored to their specific needs, and make sure they receive complete, proactive support every step of the way. I would also like to applaud the other privately-held businesses that join us on the Inc. list, for I know first-hand what it takes to succeed-the grit, the late-night problem solving, and the attention to every last detail."
"The Inc. 5,000 provides the most comprehensive look ever at the most important part of the economy-the entrepreneurial component," said Inc. 5,000 Project Manager Jim Melloan. "The expansion of the list has allowed us to tell the stories of larger companies, older companies, and a wealth of companies in industries such as Manufacturing and Construction that are underreported in the business media. The Inc. 5,000, an extension of Inc. magazine's annual Inc. 500 list, catches many businesses that are too big to grow at the pace required to make the Inc. 500, as well as a host of smaller firms. Taken as a whole, these companies represent the backbone of the U.S. economy."