AtNetPlus Is One of the 100 Fastest Growing Companies in Northeast Ohio

AtNetPlus Is One of the 100 Fastest Growing Companies in Northeast Ohio

The area leader in predictable cost IT services, AtNetPlus, Inc., today announced that the firm has been selected for the third consecutive year as a Weatherhead 100 company. The Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) and the Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management honored the 100 fastest growing businesses in the area at their annual gala last week.Steve Millard, President and Executive Director of COSE, stated, “The incredible growth of these organizations has created jobs, expanded the tax base, and helped support the quality of life in northeast Ohio. Each one has a unique story but they share drive, determination, and a positive outlook for the future.”

“As an organization, AtNetPlus demonstrates these qualities again and again. Making the cut for three consecutive years is difficult in the best of times; achieving that level of success today is remarkable. We are happy to acknowledge their accomplishments and are sure that it will continue for many years,” concluded Millard.

AtNetPlus Partner Jim Laber noted, “To be designated a ‘Weatherhead 100’ company was a desire of ours for many years. To not only attain that goal but repeat that success is incredible. We’re continuing to improve our services and have a team that is devoted to making the company a success. We’re proud to be a part of the 2011 class of honorees.”

2017-02-13T11:49:07+00:00December 5th, 2011|

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