HRN Management Group Named 82nd Fastest Growing Utah Company by MWCN

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The MountainWest Capital Network named HRN Management Group as the 82nd fastest growing company in Utah. The 2007 Utah 100 Awards, honoring the 100 fastest growing Utah-based businesses, were presented at a luncheon on October 22 at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City, UT. This is the second consecutive year HRN has been named to the Utah 100.

The MountainWest Capital Network has named HRN Management Group as the 82nd fastest growing company in Utah. The 2007 Utah 100 Awards, honoring the 100 fastest growing Utah-based businesses, were presented at a luncheon on October 22 at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City attended by over 1500 Utah business leaders. Speaking at the awards luncheon was Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr. This is the second consecutive year HRN has been named to the Utah 100.

HRN develops and markets products designed to simplify and improve human resource management, employee development, compensation administration, and HR regulatory compliance. Revenue growth has been led by HRN's Performance Pro and Compease products, along with continuing excellence in customer retention.

Commenting on the Utah 100 award, HRN President & CEO Jerry Nelson, stated, "It's an honor to be named a Utah 100 company for the second consecutive year. We are grateful to our valued clients and proud of our staff whose talents and dedication has made achieving this award possible."

About HRN Management Group
Founded in 1989, HRN develops and supports a variety of powerful and cost-effective Internet-based human resource management solutions specifically for small and medium sized businesses. Leading products available from HRN are Performance Pro online employee performance management solution and Compease Salary Planning and Compensation Administration Software. HRN is committed to product excellence at an affordable price with superior customer support.

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