CNY Business Journal Writes about RESCUECOM's CRN Fast Growth 100 Ranking

CNY Business Journal Covers Recognition of RESCUECOM's Fast Growth

The Central New York Business Journal
By Eric Reinhardt
08/28/08:


Rescuecom named to 2008 CRN Fast Growth 100 list

SYRACUSE - Rescuecom Corp., a Syracuse-based information-technology company, is ranked at 90 on the CRN Fast Growth 100 list, the company announced today.

Published annually, the CRN Fast Growth 100 list identifies the computer industry's fastest growing IT service providers in the U.S.

The company has been experiencing rapid growth, and the ranking is due to its performance between 2005 and 2007, David Milman, founder and CEO, said in a news release.

RESCUECOM hires less than one-tenth of one percent of its technician applicants, and its System One software handles all aspects of administrative operations, Milman said.

Those two factors, he said, allow the firm to offer guaranteed results and both on-site and remote emergency, one-hour response service with or without a contract.

Contact Reinhardt at ereinhardt@cnybj.com

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