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Infostretch ranked among 200 fastest growing companies in United States

Infostretch ranked among 200 fastest growing companies in United States

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (January 31, 2011) Infostretch Corporation, a leading provider of software quality and mobile services, today announced that it has been named among 200 fastest growing company in USA in the Lead411 Technology 500 list for 2010.

The Lead411 Technology 500 rankings are based upon yearly revenue growth percentage from 2007 to 2009 for US-based private companies with more than $1M in revenue in 2009. Infostretch registered a growth of 152%, which places it at 157 among the list of 500 fastest growing companies in United States.

“We are glad to be included in the Technology 500,” said Rutesh Shah, CEO. “We have seen a strong growth year after year since 2005, even in times of economic recession. The main catalyst for our growth has been our focus on developing domain knowledge and sharing it with the community. This has helped us establish ourselves as thought leaders in the industry”

Recently, the company was included in Silicon Valley Business Journal’s “Fast Private” list, where it was ranked among 20 fastest growing companies in Silicon Valley. Inc. 500 ranked Infostretch at 226 in the industry.

Contact us today at info@infostretch.com for questions.

About Infostretch

Infostretch is a pure-play digital engineering services firm focused on helping companies accelerate their digital initiatives from strategy and planning through execution. We leverage deep technical expertise, Agile methodologies and data-driven intelligence to modernize systems of engagement and simplify human/tech interaction. We deliver custom solutions that meet customers’ technology needs wherever they are in their digital lifecycle. Infostretch works with both large market-leading enterprises and emerging innovators — putting digital to work to enable new products and business models, engage with customers and partners in new ways, and create sustainable competitive differentiation.