QuinnCom among South Florida's Fastest
Growing Technology Companies
9 August 2010
August 5, 2010, Jupiter, FL. QuinnCom, Inc. has been named one of the region's fastest growing technology companies by South Florida Business Journal. The Business Journal surveyed regional technology companies and ranked the top 25 public and private businesses according to their revenue growth between 2008 and 2009.
"It is a great honor to be recognized by the Business Journal for our continued growth," said Mark Quinn, founder and CEO. "Our company is made up of employees dedicated to our partners and to their clients. That commitment is reflected in our nearly ten percent revenue growth over the past year. We're very grateful for our success, despite the economic climate."
The South Florida Business Journal ranks businesses using a formula that considers variables such as total revenue, dollar growth and percentage of revenue growth rate over time. The companies listed had a combined $536 million in revenue growth in 2009, and $4.8 billion in total revenue.
QuinnCom helps businesses upgrade their online Brand and increase visibility and exposure to their target audience. The key ingredient to any successful online marketing campaign is a dynamic, interactive, modern website. This is the most important component of a company's Brand Identity. QuinnCom develops tools to help identify, reach, engage and motivate their clients' ideal customers. Their focus allows the website to function as a lead generation tool and sales facilitator. Quinn's clients typically maintain high visibility in the search engines because the websites are properly designed and coded.
When asked what he attributes QuinnCom's continued growth to, Mark Quinn is quick to respond. "It's our expert staff and our great clients. We are so fortunate to have the best in both. And with the speed of technology change over these past years, we're dedicated to keeping pace with the ongoing evolution so we continue to offer best-in-class products and top talent to our clients."