New York (PRWEB) September 7, 2006
Inc. Magazine announced its 25th annual Inc. 500 ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the country. Blue Tech, Inc., based in San Diego, California, ranks No. 243 on the list, with a three-year growth of 525.5 percent. Blue Tech is an Information Technology consulting company for both private-sector clients and the Federal Government.
"If you want to find out which companies are going to change the world, look at the Inc. 500,” said Inc. Editor Jane Berentson. “These are the most innovative, dynamic, fast-growth companies in the nation, the ones coming up with solutions to some of our most intractable ills, creating systems that let us conduct business faster and easier, and manufacturing products we soon discover we can’t live without. The Inc. 500 list is Inc. Magazine’s tribute to American business ingenuity and ambition.”
In business since 1984, Blue Tech, Inc. is an IT solutions company dedicated to being responsive, thorough, and upholding the highest standards of integrity in our relationships with customers and business partners. We have over 20 years of experience in the information technology sector. “It is important to always keep our eye on the ball, which is providing the most current technology to our customers while not sacrificing dependability and price reasonableness,” says CEO Susan Stone. She adds, “We are committed to teaming with our partners in industry to bring the best total solutions that are in the marketplace.” Our experience has proven to be successful within the Federal and State government, higher education, and corporate world. Our services include:
- IT System integration and deployment of configured IT solutions
- Design and build-out of Video Teleconferencing (VTC) systems/rooms
- Security and Access-Control Systems
- IT Infrastructure/network design and build out – voice and data systems
- Enterprise Solutions
The 2006 Inc. 500, as revealed in the September issue of Inc, reported the most robust bunch of companies the magazine has ever compiled, with aggregate revenue of $19.7 billion, up from $16.5 billion last year and $12.9 billion in 2000. The two largest companies on this year’s Inc. 500 are the biggest ever to make the list – No. 170 Western Refining ($3.4 billion in revenue) and No. 376 Newegg.com ($1.26 billion) – and the third and fourth companies in Inc. 500 history to crack the billion-dollar mark. In all, 14 companies topped $200 million in annual revenue, compared with 11 last year.
Most important, the 2006 Inc. 500 companies were engines of job growth, having created more than 90,000 jobs since those companies were founded.
This year’s list is the first to include businesses that started up immediately before and after September 11, 2001 -- including the No. 1 company and 20 companies in the top 50 -- as well as many companies that had to raise capital after the dot-com bubble burst. In total, 104 companies listed on this year’s Inc. 500 were started after 2000.
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