Utilities Analyses, Inc. Gains National Recognition as Leading Small Business

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UAI Ranked among Top 100 Small Businesses in Georgia

We are extremely pleased to receive the Div100 award as one of the top 100 small business in Georgia

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Utilities Analyses, Inc. (UAI), a national player in energy program management services and utility bill audit, was recently named to the Div100's 8th annual list as one of Georgia's top 100 small businesses. The Div100 is produced annually by DiversityBusiness.com, the nation's leading multicultural B2B Internet portal that links large organizational buyers to multicultural product and service suppliers. The companies listed on the Div100 are among the nation's top multicultural earners.

The Div100 classification represents the top small businesses in sectors such as technology, manufacturing, food service and professional services. Major corporations throughout the country that do business with multicultural and women-owned businesses often seek out Div100 members. This year's Div100 award winners will be honored at a special awards ceremony at DiversityBusiness.com's 8th Annual Multicultural Business Conference, April 23 - 25, 2008 at Walt Disney World's Boardwalk Resort in Orlando, Florida.

"We are extremely pleased to receive the Div100 award as one of the top 100 small business in Georgia," said Utilities Analyses Controller Doug Irons. "It is encouraging to be recognized for serving our clients in an excellent fashion while also being sensitive to multicultural values."

A goal of the Div100 list is to challenge long-held notions that a small business is small or insignificant. "Small businesses and consumers are a growing force in the U.S. economy and are a force to be reckoned with," said Kenton Clarke, CEO of Computer Consulting Associates International, the company that built DiversityBusiness.com. "This is a whole business segment that can carry its own, that provides jobs, products and services, and generates wealth for their communities. These are the new leaders in American business."

Affected by recent economic and demographic trends and changes, Fortune 1000 corporations throughout the country have recognized that buying products and services from small and diverse companies positively impacts their business. Small businesses contribute over $1.4 trillion in sales to the U.S. economy.

About Utilities Analyses, Inc.:
Since 1986, UAI's utility rate consultants have helped large utility customers reduce their costs. UAI offers a full spectrum of services, including utility rate consulting, utility bill auditing, utility bill processing and commodity energy procurement solutions and strategies to produce guaranteed measurable ROI with reduced on-going utility pricing. http://www.utilitiesanalyses.com.

About DiversityBusiness.com:
Launched in 1999, with over 35,000 members DiversityBusiness.com is the largest organization of multicultural businesses throughout the United States that provide goods and services to Fortune 1000 companies, government agencies and colleges and universities. Members use the site's technology to find and track new business opportunities. Diversity.com also sponsors the country's largest conference on diversity education and training for major corporations and small business. Its research on top businesses appears in Fortune, Forbes, Business Week and numerous magazines and media publications. The site has gained national recognition and has won numerous awards for its content and design. DiversityBusiness.com is produced by Computer Consulting Associates International Inc. (CCAii.com) of Southport CT. CCA was founded in 1980 by CEO Kenton Clarke.

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