We are pleased to be recognized as a prominent and growing business. We hope to continue to expand in 2009 and are pleased that we have been able to increase our profitability and revenue growth at the same time
Melville, NY (PRWEB) January 7, 2009
New York, NY December 19, 2008 -- Liquid Technology, a computer liquidation and IT asset management company, has joined the ranks of the prestigious Inc. 5,000 list for 2008, placing in 1193 position of the top 5,000 fastest growing private U.S. companies and ranked No. 95 in the Top 100 Businesses in New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA.
Liquid Technology, founded in 2000 by I.T. Professionals, provides equitable solutions to companies worldwide in need of managed asset-disposition and strategic advice. "We are pleased to be recognized as a prominent and growing business. We hope to continue to expand in 2009 and are pleased that we have been able to increase our profitability and revenue growth at the same time," said Richard Greene, Vice President of Operations of Liquid Technology.
The Inc. 5,000 list was created to expand on the well-regarded Inc. 500 list. The list is made up of the fastest growing private companies in America. Many of today's most profitable public businesses were on the list before they became public.
Liquid Technology's four main services are:I.T. Asset Management, Brokering and Purchasing Excess I.T. Equipment, Auditable Data Destruction and Environmental Disposal of Electronic Waste. Clients of Liquid Technology come from a broad spectrum of industries, most of which are in various transitional situations from moving to merging, downsizing, entering Chapter 7, 11, 13 Bankruptcy or updating the current I.T. inventory. Liquid Technology provides fair asset evaluations and impartial solutions to companies in need of Managed I.T. Asset-Disposition. An acute understanding of current market conditions enables Liquid Technology to integrate specialized knowledge and technological expertise in recommending and executing deliberate business strategies and plans of action for asset disposal and recovery.
For additional information on Liquid Technology please visit: LiquidTechnology.