Whitlock makes the 2012 Inc. 500/5000 List

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With another strong year, Whitlock stays on the radar as one of America's top small- to mid-size businesses. The company partners with enterprises, government and higher education clients to take full advantage of unified collaboration technologies.

Whitlock, a global AV solutions provider, was recognized again for its strong growth by earning a spot on the Inc. 500/5000 list for 2012. The company reported more than 30% growth in 2011 for both revenues and number of employees.

“We have invested in the right areas to match new customer demands, including onsite support, AV/IT asset monitoring, cloud-based services and scheduling/call-launching solutions,” explains Doug Hall, CEO for Whitlock. “Our entire portfolio has expanded to quite simply make collaboration easier, which includes improving global standards and adoption across the enterprise.”

Earlier this year, the company made it onto the CRN Solution 500 List, recognizing the fastest-growing technology solution providers in the U.S. Other recognition includes a top spot on the SCN Top 50 List, which designates the largest audiovisual solution providers in the U.S. and Canada according to the leading AV publication, Systems Contractor News.


Whitlock is a Global AV Solutions Provider, specializing in collaborative technology design, integration and managed services. Whitlock helps clients create engaging, interactive environments, including telepresence/videoconferencing rooms, digital signage networks, auditoriums, collaborative classrooms and training facilities, visualization rooms, courtrooms and control rooms/network operations centers. Whitlock also offers expansive AV managed services, including AVNOC and remote support, field services, on-site managed services, videoconferencing warranty/maintenance and virtual and hosted video services. The company currently has 25 U.S. locations, plus a worldwide delivery partner network through the Global Presence Alliance.

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