Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 23, 2007
TouchStar today announces its naming by the Denver Business Journal as the fourth largest software developer in Denver.
The Denver Business Journal released the list in early March. To be considered for the list, companies must meet the critieria of being Denver-based; the firms were ranked by revenue.
TouchStar placed sixth on "The List" in the prior year. TouchStar attributes the move up on the list to its continued sales growth, acquisitions, and its internal restructuring that is facilitating global growth.
Steve Bederman, TouchStar's CEO, commented: "It is a great pleasure to be recognized on a local level for the success TouchStar has achieved in just a short amount of time. We are happy to contribute employment opportunities and business relationships to the Colorado economy, in addition to our global expansion. Our growth plan should place us even higher on the list next year."
TouchStar is a rapidly growing contact center technology provider. TouchStar acquired Digisoft in 2005 and Sigmaworx in 2006, and has been named as one of the Denver Business Journal's 'Fastest Growing Large Private Companies in Colorado' for four years in a row. TouchStar is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, and has offices in Pune, India; Mumbai, India; New York, New York; Davenport, Iowa; Manchester, England; and Manila, Philippines.
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