Raleigh, Nov. 12, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RegEd, the leading provider of technology solutions for compliance and risk management for the financial services industry, was named best Mid-Size Technology Company of 2012 by the North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) at its 21 Awards Gala.
As the recipient of the best Mid-Size Technology Company award, RegEd was recognized for its significant contributions as an outstanding technology company distinguished for its product innovation, market penetration, sales growth and employment expansion.
"RegEd is being honored for its excellence, innovation and leadership in 21 categories. As an industry authority it has created the standard of excellence for rule-based compliance automation for broker-dealers, investment advisors, insurance companies and their distributors," said Byron Kirkland, Partner at Smith Anderson.
"Since 1995, the NCTA 21 Awards have celebrated excellence and innovation throughout North Carolina, representing the best and brightest," said Brooks Raiford, president and CEO of NCTA. "As a winner, RegEd has distinguished itself as one of the state's technology leaders and we are proud to recognize them as the winner of the Mid-Size Technology Company."
The NCTA 21 Awards are considered North Carolina's most prestigious technology awards.
RegEd is a leading provider of technology solutions for compliance and risk management serving over 800 enterprise clients including 80 of the top 100 financial services firms. Established in 1994 by former regulators, the company is a recognized industry authority and has created the standard of excellence for rule-based compliance automation for broker-dealers, investment advisors, insurance companies and their distributors. Our client-driven solutions deliver superior operational efficiency and enable firms to cost-effectively comply with state and FINRA regulations while mitigating risks before they occur. For more information, please visit our website at: www.reged.com.
CONTACT: Elizabeth James, RegEd, 919.653.5439