Mid Size Company of the Year.
Cary, NC (Vocus) November 17, 2010
Connexion Technologies today announced it has been selected as the winner for the 2010 NCTA 21 Awards, “Mid Size Company of the Year.” Winners were recognized at the annual awards gala on Wednesday, Nov. 10 at the Sheraton Imperial in Durham, N.C., and presented in conjunction with title sponsor Grant Thornton. The theme for this year’s event was “License to Excel” and was attended by a record crowd of more than 850 business and technology leaders from across the state.
The NCTA 21 Awards are recognized as North Carolina’s most prestigious awards, celebrating innovation and excellence in North Carolina. This annual showcase honors companies and individuals in 21 categories who represent the best and brightest in technology and business.
Connexion Technologies customizes and manages advanced communications networks in residential properties nationwide. The company reported record growth within the company during 2010 and expects to continue to grow at a rapid pace in 2011 as well as add several jobs within its Cary headquarters.
“This year’s 21 Awards truly showcase the best technology and innovation that our state has to offer,” said Brooks Raiford, president and chief executive officer of NCTA. “We couldn’t be more pleased to congratulate Connexion Technologies as a company that is leading North Carolina’s technology industry, and we are proud to recognize them as a winner of the “Mid Size Company of the Year.”
The North Carolina Technology Association’s mission is “Making North Carolina #1 in Technology and Technology #1 in North Carolina.” The organization does this through three main focus areas: executive engagement, public affairs, and enabling member transition to a technology-enabled workforce. For more information, visit our website at http://www.nctechnology.org.
About Connexion Technologies
Connexion Technologies customizes and manages advanced communications networks in residential properties nationwide. Its networks optimize the communication experience and value of properties for residents and owners. Connexion Technologies is not a service provider, rather it selects and manages providers that offer entertainment and communication applications, including enhanced television, telephone and Internet services over Connexion’s provider-neutral networks. The company is based in Cary, North Carolina. It was established in 2002 and serves properties nationwide. http://www.connexiontechnologies.net