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Cleveland, OH, United States, 2009/12/14 - Wellington Technologies, Inc. has earned the position of 24 on the 2009 Weatherhead 100 list, an exclusive ranking of the fastest-growing companies in Northeast Ohio.
Wellington Technologies, Inc. (WTI), a leader in technical support services of Hewlett-Packard midrange and enterprise-level servers, has earned the position of 24 on the 2009 Weatherhead 100 list, an exclusive ranking of the fastest-growing companies in Northeast Ohio. Prior to this award, WTI was nationally recognized on the Inc. 5000 list earning the position of 1084.
Since 1987, the Weatherhead 100 (weatherhead100.org) has been recognizing organizations that demonstrate consistent growth over the previous five years. To qualify for this year’s award, companies must show sales and employee growth from 2004 through 2008. The Weatherhead 100 list is highly regarded throughout the region and is identified as a testament to hard work, commitment, innovation and the desire to succeed. Each year, the companies included on this list have a positive impact on the economy of Northeast Ohio.
Additionally, Inc. magazine’s exclusive list includes some of the most successful companies and prominent brands in the nation. The Inc. 5000 represents the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. who are ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2005 through 2008. These U.S.-based, privately held companies must be for profit, and independent -- not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies.
“We are honored to receive these awards for our substantial growth over the past few years, especially during challenging economic times,” said Joseph J. Jasko, President/CEO of WTI. “Our unique business model, along with our dynamic team, has fueled our growth rate and aligned us for success.”
About Wellington Technologies, Inc.
Wellington Technologies, Inc. (WTI) combines unmatched technical expertise with strategic partnerships to provide proactive, cost-efficient lifecycle support services to mission-critical environments, including Hewlett-Packard enterprise-level servers.