NEW YORK, Oct. 27, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- For the seventh consecutive year, QED National is being recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the nation’s top 5000 fastest-growing private companies. Over the last three years QED National, a women-owned IT staffing and technology solutions company, has achieved a three-year sales growth rate of 93%.
The company attributes this success to their commitment to client satisfaction and uncompromising integrity. With consistent growth in the City and the State of New York, QED National’s dedication to quality, cost-containment and ethical practices remain a sustainable constant for its business operations.
Colleen Molter, President and Founder of QED National, stated, “Being recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the 5000 fastest growing private companies for the seventh year in a row is evidence of QED National’s continued level of commitment to our clients and their needs.”
Ms. Molter continued, “QED enables our customers to succeed by directly aligning our services and solutions with the most important business trends. This past year, our Cyber Security & Risk practices were in high demand and will continue to grow in the future. Similarly, with the addition of emerging technologies, such as converged infrastructure, to our offerings, customers achieve the increased efficiencies and massive cost savings associated with these industry-leading solutions."
About QED National:
QED National, an award-winning, certified Woman-Owned Business Enterprise, provides superior IT staffing, consulting and technology solutions following proven techniques and methodologies to support its clients’ business goals and objectives.
QED National is headquartered in New York City, with conveniently located offices in New York City and Albany, NY. Since its formation in 1993, QED National proudly supports clients in the Public Sector, Financial Services and Information Technology industries.
CONTACT: Anthony Concolino of QED National, 212-481-6868 firstname.lastname@example.org
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