Wrongdiagnosis.com Awarded in Deloitte Technology Asia Pacific Fast 500

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Australian technology startup continues strong growth in US Internet health market.

WrongDiagnosis.com (Adviware Pty Ltd) announced today its win in the 2007 Deloitte Technology Asia Pacific Fast 500 awards (number 206), which ranks the fastest growing technology companies in the Asia Pacific region including countries such as Australia, China, India, and Japan.

The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2007 is designed to provide a global platform for measuring, recognizing and analysing growth of the top 500 technology companies in Asia Pacific. Companies are ranked according to average revenue growth rates over the past three years.

Wrongdiagnosis.com is one of the world's leading providers of unique medical and health information for consumers and health professionals, underpinned by innovative, proprietary knowledge-based technology. The site serves over 4 million unique monthly visitors from the US, UK, Canada and the rest of the world every month.

"We are pleased to be awarded by Deloitte for our significant growth in the online health sector. As one of the region's fastest growing technology companies, we look forward to continuing to provide the type of unique and relevant health information that consumers today are demanding," said Anita Markovic, CEO. "WrongDiagnosis.com's second consecutive win of this Deloitte award highlights the company's continued success in developing quality health content and innovative underlying technology."

About WrongDiagnosis.com:
WrongDiagnosis.com (operated by Adviware Pty Ltd) is one of the world's leading providers of valuable and unique medical and health information for consumers and health professionals. The site focuses on providing free factual, mainstream health information and original content.
Press contact: media @ adviware.com

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