Barcoding Inc. Named to Baltimore SmartCEO's Future 50 List

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Barcoding Inc. only one of two companies to be selected for fourth year in a row.

Barcoding Inc., a Baltimore-based leader in automated data collection systems, has been named to Baltimore SmartCEO and Hartman Business Technology's Future 50 list, which recognizes the 50 fastest growing companies in the Greater Baltimore area based on employee and revenue growth. This is the fourth year in a row for Barcoding Inc. to make the list, a feat accomplished by only one other company.

Barcoding Inc.'s CEO, Jay Steinmetz states, "Being recognized by SmartCEO for the fourth straight year is an amazing honor. Many companies within our industry have struggled and are finding it hard to remain in business, let alone achieve the growth that we have. Our company has really found a formula for success in our hard working and dedicated employees."

This year's Future 50 winners collectively employ 5,500 people, and for the first time ever, have produced more than $2 billion in revenues. Winners will be recognized at the Baltimore SmartCEO Future 50 event, scheduled for January 24, 2008, at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel. This is Baltimore SmartCEO's fourth annual publication of the winners, which debuted in the January 2008 issue.

About Barcoding Inc.

Barcoding Inc., the nationally recognized leader in automated data collection, helps businesses and government agencies streamline their operations to optimize supply chain productivity. Barcoding Inc. specializes in offering complete data collection solutions for route accounting, warehouse management, and inventory control. Committed to providing complete solutions, Barcoding's in-house staff, with years of combined experience, is based in Baltimore, Maryland, and has sixteen regional offices throughout The United States.

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