Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 29, 2010
M3 Technology Inc. (http://www.m3tch.com), a leading provider of advanced asset scheduling and optimization solutions for the oil, gas and petrochemical industries, has been named to the prestigious 2010 Inc. 5000 | A List of America's Fastest-Growing Companies based on revenue growth from 2006 through 2009 (http://www.inc.com/inc5000/profile/m3-technology). M3 Technology achieved the rank of 577 overall and a rank of 19 in the energy sector which confirms the exceptional value and dedicated service they provide to their customers.
“It is an honor and privilege to receive this recognition." said M3Technology’s President and CEO Dr. Dong Dong. "We are very proud of our phenomenal growth. We built M3 based on our core values: Diversity, Integrity, Teamwork, Accountability and Professionalism. We have the most dedicated, creative and professional employees that, through partnering with our customers and being responsive to their needs, made M3 the technical leader of planning and scheduling solutions for the process industry.”
During the previous three years, many major and independent energy companies have licensed SIMTO software after extensive evaluation of the alternatives. In each case, SIMTO software was rated with better performance, architecture, asset modeling and ease of use. M3 has very capable channel partners throughout the world who have empowered M3 to rapidly become a global business with major projects in America, Middle East, India, Singapore, Korea, and China. M3 has an excellent record working with top energy companies and we bring a high commitment and executive management focus to our projects.
About M3 Technology
M3 Technology (http://www.m3tch.com) is a leading provider of supply chain management solutions focused on enterprise planning, advanced asset scheduling and blending optimization software for an oil refinery, petrochemical plant, LNG and crude-fuel oil terminal. M3's planning and scheduling systems help with rapid response to changing market demands or immediate opportunity, while managing inventory, increasing capacity utilization and reducing operating costs.
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