Genilogix Recognized by the Phiadelphia 100® as One of the Region's Fastest Growing, Privately Held Companies

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Genilogix is pleased to announce that it has been recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the ten county Philadelphia region for the third consecutive year. This year’s Philadelphia 100 had a very high bar as the two year growth rate of the lowest ranked company on the list exceeded 80%, one of the highest in the history of this program.

“We are very pleased to be recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal and the Wharton Small Business Development Center as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the Philadelphia Region,” said Robert Levine, President of Genilogix. “We owe a great deal of our success to our dedicated team of employees who provide outstanding service to our customers on a daily basis.”

Genilogix will be honored at The 2006 Philadelphia 100 Awards Dinner and Ceremony, held on October 24, 2006 at The Sheraton Philadelphia – Center City at 17th and Race Streets from 5:30 to 9 pm. This year’s event is being sponsored by Reed Smith, The Philadelphia Business Journal, Sabre Systems, National Penn Bank, Wachovia Bank, CBIZ, Flaster/Greenberg, Republic First Bank and Stream Companies.

Genilogix is a leading quality assurance services company with a mission to enhance our customer’s financial performance and create long term value through the optimization of business applications. By applying industry and technology expertise, Genilogix is able to rapidly deliver effective solutions including Test Management, Test Methodology, Manual Functional Testing, Automated Functional Script development, Performance Testing, Architecture of Application Performance Management and Implementation of Performance Management.

Genilogix has offices in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New York, Raleigh/Durham and San Francisco. For more information about Genilogix please visit us at

The Philadelphia 100 was founded in 1988 to publicly identify, recognize and promote young successful companies in the Greater Philadelphia region. Previously recognized companies include NovaCare, Forman Mills, ATX, Mothers Work, Diamond Transportation, West Coast Video, Spectacor, Urban Outfitters and Kremer Laser Eye Center, among many others. The Philadelphia 100 is a meritorious designation based on verifiable revenue growth as reported on federal tax forms or audited financial statements. The Philadelphia 100 is a registered trademark of the Entrepreneurs’ Forum of Greater Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Business Journal and The Wharton Small Business Development Center. For more information about the Philadelphia 100, please visit the website at

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