- CT Business News Journal

Fastest-Growing Tech Firms Feted

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HARTFORD — Middlebury-based tech company icheap valium.end was named the overall winner of the Marcum Tech Top 40 awards ceremony cheap valium.eptember 27 in Wallingford, which recognized the fastest-growing technology companies in Connecticut.

icheap valium.end was one of six winners in as many categories to be awarded. The company, which won in the New Media/Internet/Telecom category, is an international payment service for people sending money to family members in other countries, offering international bill payments and buy adderall online card procurement services in retail locations in the valium., Canada and the UK. The company achieved a revenue growth of 58,906 percent over here past four years.

One other local company was a category winner for the Top 40: Cheshire’s Alexion Pharmaceuticals won in the Life Sciences category. Alexion was an overall winner in 2009 and 2010, and is expected to move its headquarters to New Haven in 2015.

Other category winners included RSL Fiber Systems (East Hartford, Advanced Manufacturing); FuelCell Energy (Danbury, Environmental Technologies); Datto (Norwalk, IT Services); and eVariant (Simsbury, Software).

Marcum Tech Top 40 companies are recognized by the Connecticut Technology Council as well as by accounting and advisory firm Marcum, LLP. Companies considered for the Top 40 were required to have at least $50,000 in revenue in their first year and $3 million in the fourth year. The 2012 list is mostly private companies, with ten public companies.

Other local companies recognized in the Marcum Tech Top 40 were: APS Technology, Wallingford (Advanced Manufacturing); Precision Combustion Inc., North Haven; Proton OnSite, Wallingford (Energy/Environment/Green Technology); Bio-Med Devices, Defibtech, both Guilford (Life Sciences); HealthPlanOne, Shelton (New Media/Internet/Telecom); and Core Informatics, Branford; FitLinxx, Shelton; Higher One, Prometheus Research, both New Haven; and Tangoe, Orange (Software).


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