Genilogix Included in the Philadelphia 100 for Fourth Consecutive Year.

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One of only nine companies to be listed in four straight years.

Genilogix has again been recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the ten county Philadelphia region. Genilogix was one of only nine companies to have made the list more than three times. The technology sector leads the list with 23 winners followed by Consulting and Healthcare.

In addition to being an HP Software and VMware reseller, Genilogix offers value-added services including training, mentoring, ITIL/ITSM process consulting, Computer Systems Validation (CSV), performance testing and monitoring, QA process improvement, functional testing, J2EE and .NET unit testing and code reviews, project management, usability testing, and documentation. Services can be delivered onsite or on an outsourced basis.

The 2007 Philadelphia 100® marks the 19th Anniversary of the founding of this prestigious research project and event. Genilogix will be honored at The 2007 Philadelphia 100® Awards Dinner and Ceremony, held on October 25, 2007 at The Sheraton Philadelphia -- Center City at 17th and Race Streets from 5:30 to 9 pm. This year's event is hosted by the Entrepreneurs Forum of Greater Philadelphia, Wharton Small Business Development Center (Wharton SBDC) and the Philadelphia Business Journal. The event is sponsored by Gold Sponsor -- Reed Smith, Silver Sponsors -- Sabre Systems, Republic First Bank and Philadelphia Business Journal, and Bronze Sponsors - CBIZ, Citibank, Flaster/Greenberg, Rome Technology Ltd, Synnestvedt & Lechner LLP, Citibank and Verizon Wireless.    

The Philadelphia 100® was founded in 1988 to publicly identify, recognize and promote young successful companies in the Greater Philadelphia region. 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, Philadelphia Business Journal and The Wharton Small Business Development Center. For more information about the Philadelphia 100®, please visit the website at http://www.Philadelphia100.com.

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HENRY JOYCE