Cloud Computing Concepts (C3), a leading provider of Cloud-based and on-site technology solutions, services, and management for organizations nationwide – has been named in the top-5 of the 2013 South Florida Business Journal Fastest-growing Tech Firms List. Cloud Computing Concepts earned the distinction by virtue of an impressive 82.31% growth in revenue from 2011 to 2012.
To be considered, companies must be based in South Florida and be involved in the production of high-tech equipment or services, including (but not limited to) computer hardware and/or software, medical technology, telecommunications and electronics. A minimum 2012 gross revenue of $1 million was also required to be eligible for the award.
This prestigious award follows the announcement that C3 has relocated its headquarters to Delray Beach, in the heart of the city’s downtown district. The new penthouse level 2,500-square-foot facility includes a 24x7 Network Operations Center, a state-of-the-art technology demonstration lab, and several additional seats for C3’s expanding technical support team. The move is the latest of several expansions for the fast-growing and award-winning firm. In the past 18 months, the company has added an additional data center in New York City and several new highly skilled network engineers.
“All of us at C3 are proud of our high ranking as a fast-growing and economically relevant company capable of servicing clients at regional and national levels,” said C3 CEO Rick Mancinelli. “Our market expansion and rollout of new IT services will remain our focus as we continue to meet and surpass the evolving needs of our burgeoning client base.”
The firm was recently tapped by the South Florida Digital Alliance (SFDA) as the only Cloud-based and custom IT service provider in the state. Further, C3 was recently ranked as number 84 among the world’s top 100 cloud service providers (CSPs) in the Nine Lives Media’s second-annual Talkin’ Cloud 100 report, and was recognized as a 2012 Florida Company to Watch by the Florida Economic Gardening Institute (GrowFL) at the University of Central Florida.