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2009 – #25 Fastest growing Telecom Company in the nation Inc 5000 America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies

Commdex Makes INC’s 2009 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies


Norcross, Georgia - August 26, 2009 -- In recognition of its 1200% growth over the last four years, Commdex Consulting will once again appear on Inc magazine’s 2009 list of the fastest-growing private companies. This award highlights the accomplishments of privately owned companies with the entrepreneurial spirit to succeed and excel in an aggressive economy.


On September 25th, 2009, Commdex will take a familiar walk through national recognition at the Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C., where the company will accept an award for an encore performance of their rapid growth year after year.  Each year, Inc. 5,000 companies are chosen based upon their percentage growth in company net sales over a five-year period.   This year, Commdex Consulting ranked No. 25 amongst the top 50 fastest growing telecommunications firms - nationwide. 


Headquartered in Norcross, GA, Commdex is an engineering firm specializing in wireless systems integration. Established in 2000, this relatively young firm has had no problem commanding the evolutions of a new, exciting millennium as it has vigorously packed volumes of achievement in less than a decade’s time. Just a few years ago, Commdex looked at the map of the U.S. in speculation, preparing to enter a large frontier of unexplored states. Today, having implemented mission critical systems in over 40 states, the map has been turned gold with the company’s Midas touch.


“Having founded Commdex only 10 short years ago, we are extremely honored to be recognized once again by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing small businesses in the US.  This recognition is truly a testament to the mission critical telecommunications industry's demand for full service systems integration expertise that Commdex delivers,” said Prince Niyyar, CEO and President of Commdex.


Commdex is completely debt-free, so there are no anchors hindering growth and no burden to slow its progress. The company has incredible agility and powerful momentum, so with a powerful vision and skillful execution, what can stand in the way?


Luck clearly is not a factor for the company as it has already managed to grow its revenues by another 140% in 2009, while national economy is in the middle of a major recession. They say that “the third time’s the charm,” so Inc. magazine might as well save a seat for Commdex for next year, because there are two things that Commdex can engineer exceptionally well—mission critical telecommunications systems and success.


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