InTTENSITY Corporation Awarded HUBZone Certification

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In September, 2012, InTTENSITY Inc. was awarded HUBZone (Historically Underutilized Business Zone) Certification by the U.S. Small Business Association. The award is based on InTTENSITY’s commitment to the government, UMBC students, and the UMBC Research Park in Maryland.

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In September, 2012, InTTENSITY Corporaton was awarded HUBZone (Historically Underutilized Business Zone) Certification by the U.S. Small Business Association. The award is based on InTTENSITY’s commitment to the government, UMBC students, and the UMBC Research Park in Maryland.

Peter Coddington, InTTENSITY CEO explains, "InTTENSITY is built on student labor and no one thought that would be possible. We chose to build our company in a HUBZone and to hire employees within that HUBZone to create, promote, and maintain cutting edge software products for social media analytics. and to train employees to become social media analysts."

InTTENSITY is a leading social media company with flagship product, Social Media Command Center® (SMCC), and specially trained social media analysts. In addition to SMCC, InTTENSITY has three other products in the InTTENSITY Social Media Suite: Pipeline, Analyze, and Respond. Pipeline delivers 150 million social media sources, including the Twitter Firehose, to organizations that have established analytical systems. Analyze conducts deeper analysis on both historic and current data. Analyze can work with data sets other than social media. Respond is a product that allows organizations to communicate and interact with customers through Social Media.

About InTTENSITY Inc:
InTTENSITY Corporation, founded in 2010, is located near University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). InTTENSITY has extensive experience working with the federal government to make critical programs more efficient and effective. For more information please visit http://www.inttensity.com or email us at info(at)inttensity(dot)com.

About the HUBZone Program:
The Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) program was sanctioned into law as a part of the Small Business Reauthorization Act of 1997. It encourages economic development in HUBZones through the establishments of preferences. It is to promote development and employment growth in distressed areas by providing access to more federal contracting opportunities.

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