Summit 7 Systems, a team of business and technology experts, today announced that it has been named sixth on the 2012 CRN Fast Growth 100 list by UBM Channel. The annual list features the fastest-growing solution providers in the technology industry based on two years’ growth of net sales from calendar year 2009 to calendar year 2011. During this period, Summit 7 Systems revenue grew over 930 percent.
Fast Growth 100 companies are considered some of the best and brightest of the channel— companies that have managed to fight strong economic headwinds to achieve impressive revenue growth over the past two years. Summit 7 Systems’ success has been driven by the ability to implement technology solutions that truly align with a customer’s strategic objectives. The team of experts at Summit 7 Systems focuses on business process, content management, collaboration and search systems to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of organizations for existing and future investments.
“Being recognized as one of CRN’s Fast Growth 100 is a great testament to the solutions we provide and the culture that we have created. We consider it a great honor to be nationally ranked for our success for the second consecutive year,” stated Scott Edwards, President and Managing Partner at Summit 7 Systems. “Our continued growth is directly attributed to the strong relationships we have cultivated with our loyal clients and technology partners. We plan to keep up the momentum in 2013 and provide innovative solutions to our clients.”
“Posting revenue growth of any sort is something to be proud of in the shadows of a recession,” said Kelley Damore, VP, Editorial Director for UBM Channel. “But the companies on CRN’s Fast Growth 100 list have experienced phenomenal increases in revenue over the past two years. Getting there is a combination of hard work and an ability to truly understand customers’ needs. These companies represent the strength of the channel today and hope for a stronger tomorrow. We congratulate Summit 7 Systems for continuing to grow and succeed in spite of recent global economic turmoil.”