Our growth is based on a number of factors, but the more we can educate the marketplace on the imperative need for this technology, the better off we, as consumers of electronic equipment, will be in the long run.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 16, 2012
Innovolt, a pioneer and leader in intelligent electronics protection and management, has been named a finalist in the 2012 Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Pacesetter Awards. The annual awards program recognizes Atlanta’s top 50 fastest growing private companies.
Since 2009, Innovolt has successfully provided proven electronics protection for hundreds of millions of dollars of installed systems, mainly in the commercial and industrial markets. In the past year, from 2010 to 2011, Innovolt increased its revenue by 588 percent. Its growth has been attributed to the company’s expanded list of markets ranging from consumer electronics, medical technology, cable and satellite to HVAC and control systems as well as strong executive leadership.
Innovolt is filling a void in the power protection and management landscape. All electronic equipment has two things in common: it needs power to operate and is significantly impacted by power interruptions. Until recently, protection solutions were limited to under-functioning surge protectors for aftermarket consumer use or unwieldy, over-priced technologies such as uninterruptable power supply (UPS). Innovolt's intelligent electronics protection technology is accessible to and effective for all AC-powered electronics.
“Today’s electronics are pervasive, and the vast majority of equipment is being deployed with insufficient protection that results in damage from disturbances on the power grid. Innovolt is the first easily accessible technology that protects equipment from these damaging effects. Our growth is based on a number of factors, but the more we can educate the marketplace on the imperative need for this technology, the better off we, as consumers of electronic equipment, will be in the long run. We appreciate the recognition from Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Pacesetter Awards as it helps with our education initiative,” stated Jeff Spence, COO and president of Innovolt.
Cost-effective, highly scalable, and integratable, Innovolt’s proprietary and patented electronics protection technology is proven to significantly increase product reliability and lifespan. This patented technology guards against damage from 99.5 percent of power interruptions, including infinite voltage and current variations.
A full list of finalists recognized as 2012 Pacesetters can be found here, http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/event/57231.
Atlanta-based Innovolt is an electronics protection leader and first to bridge the gap between the power protection and asset service markets. Cost-effective, highly scalable, and integratable, Innovolt’s proprietary and patented power protection technology is proven to significantly increase product lifespan and reliability. Innovolt’s comprehensive technology platform is proven to help electronic equipment last longer and with fewer service interruptions by keeping it safe from the common power disturbances that most often damage electronics. Innovolt’s technology guards against damage from 99.5 percent of power interruptions, including infinite voltage and current variations. For more information, visit http://www.innovolt.com.