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MicroTech Named the Number One Fastest Growing Hispanic-Owned Firm in the Nation


    Award-Winning Small Business Achieves Notable Rapid Business Expansion

    VIENNA, Va., Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- MicroTech, the Vienna based High
Tech Product and Services Company that has risen to noteworthy success
since being founded only five years ago has been named by Hispanic Business
Magazine in its annual "Hispanic Business Fastest Growing Top 100" list as
the number one fastest growing privately-held Hispanic firm in the United

    The magazine reported that it was MicroTech's 130% annual compounded
revenue growth rate since being founded in 2004 that pushed the firm to the
top of the list. Moreover, it was the firm's impressive 2693% revenue
growth increase during its five-year period that was instrumental in the
firm's number one ranking and its national recognition.

    According to HispanTelligence estimates, there were over 2.2 Million
Hispanic-Owned Businesses in the U.S., in 2008. This is the first time that
a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business has received this notable
distinction. With the vast majority of all Hispanic-Owned businesses
clustered in just three states -- California, Texas, and Florida --
MicroTech is the first No. 1 Fastest-Growing Hispanic-Owned Business from
the State of Virginia, as well as the Washington, DC Metro area.

    Syndicated by the New York Times and winner of the prestigious Maggie
Award for "Best Business & Finance Magazine," Hispanic Business is one of
the nation's foremost minority business publications, delivering more than
a million readers monthly. The publication is available online
( and through subscription.

    According to Tony Jimenez, MicroTech's President and CEO, "We are
honored to receive this recognition and to be featured by Hispanic Business
Magazine. Despite the current economic downturn we have worked hard to
develop relationships that allowed us to not only survive, but to flourish.
The strong relationships we have with our clients and customers and our
focus on providing exceptional products, services and solutions, and our
commitment to doing it better than anyone else, have allowed us to create
an excellent reputation in one of the most competitive industries in the
world -- High Tech Products and Services."

    Accolades from the business community are numerous. Danny Vargas
(Co-Founder, Hispanic GovCon Network/President, VARCom Solutions) states,
"I have personally witnessed MicroTech's extraordinary growth and their
transition from start-up to technology powerhouse. MicroTech is a fabulous
company and anyone who knows Tony and his outstanding team is not surprised
that they are number 1." Michel Zajur (President / CEO, Virginia Hispanic
Chamber of Commerce) echoes the admiration by saying, "Tony Jimenez is a
role model not only to the Hispanic community but to all business leaders."

    MicroTech has evolved into a global organization with offices across
the U.S. and more than 350 employees around the world. The media frequently
refers to MicroTech as one of the most exciting and efficiently run
companies in the nation. MicroTech applies its Enterprise IT experience,
regimented, benchmark process, and state-of-the-art engineering solutions
to integrate technology and create proven results that can meet almost any
high tech strategic need.

    Most recently, MicroTech's regimented benchmark processes and
state-of-the-art engineering solutions were put to the test when it was
selected to provide President Obama and the Presidential Transition Team
(PTT) with a wide array of specialized Information Technology services
including full lifecycle IT infrastructure, starting from the collection of
requirements, the design, implementation, and operations, and at the
conclusion of the transition of the new Administration - the disposition of
the equipment and infrastructure.

    Tony Jimenez stated, "By providing valuable and highly sought after
services to the largest and most demanding customer in the world 'The U.S.
Government' we have been able to grow exponentially and our commitment to
excellence is what has fueled our growth, contributed to our success, and
has resulted in the recognition of this highly regarded award."

    This prestigious Hispanic-related business award is the most recent
example of MicroTech's success during its record-setting past twelve
months. Last October, the National Association of Latinos in Information
Sciences and Technology (LISTA) honored Tony Jimenez as the CEO of the
Year. In November, MicroTech was named a Top 100 Minority Business
Enterprise, honoring minority businesses in Maryland, Virginia, and the
District of Columbia. At the beginning of 2009, Minority supplier promoter ranked MicroTech as a Top 200 Hispanic-Owned
Business, along with the Hispanic Business HB500 survey rank in March. And
in April, the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce selected Jimenez as the
"Hispanic Business Entrepreneur of the Year."

    About MicroTech

    MicroTechnologies LLC, (d.b.a. MicroTech) is a certified and verified
8(a) and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), and
delivers robust process-driven performance for mission success. MicroTech
applies its regimented process, enterprise IT experience, and
state-of-the-art engineering solutions to integrate different technologies
and create proven results that respond to clients' strategic needs.
MicroTech is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, Symantec Managed Services
Partner, Tandberg Platinum Partner, Autonomy Added Value Reseller, VMware
Professional Partner, EMC Velocity Partner, Adobe Solutions Partner, and
Polycom Premier Partner. With an astounding five-year growth rate of over
2600%, MicroTech is a member of Inc. Magazine's prestigious Inc. 500,
ranking the 500 fastest growing private companies in the U.S., Washington
Business Journal's list of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in the
Washington, DC area, Hispanic Business Magazine's Top 500 Hispanic-Owned
Businesses, and the Washington Technology Top 25 8(a) - recognizing the
most successful 8(a) businesses in the Government marketplace. ISO
9001:2008 certified with CMMI compliant processes, MicroTech is
headquartered just outside the Nation's Capital in Vienna, Virginia, with
key offices in Richmond, Virginia; Greensboro, North Carolina; Huntsville,
Alabama; and Colorado Springs, Colorado.

SOURCE MicroTech

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