|Tranzeo Earns Fourth Honor for
Growth This Month Company named to
Vancouver Sunís Business B.C. Top 100 on heels of Fast
50 and Fast 500 awards.
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Tranzeo Wireless Technologies
October 31, 2007
PITT MEADOWS, B.C. - Tranzeo Wireless Technologies, Inc. (TSX: TZT), a
premier manufacturer of high-performance wireless broadband
communication systems, has been named to the Business B.C. Top 100
list. The fifth annual report published by the Vancouver Sun on
October 31st, lists the 50 fastest growing and the 50 strongest
companies in British Columbia. Tranzeo placed 49 on the 50 Fastest
Growing Companies list.
|A team from Ernst
and Young spent months looking over financial statements and used a
unique algorithm to develop the lists. They looked at variables such as
revenue and employee numbers to determine the effect of each company on
the British Columbia economy.
"We are honored to be named to the Business B.C. Top
100 List," said Jim Tocher, CEO and President of Tranzeo Wireless
Technologies, Inc. "We are committed to quality and exceeding customer
expectations. The fact that we are able to do all of our design,
development and manufacturing in-house while growing our company on a
global scale is something I am very proud of." Tranzeo currently employs
approximately 110 people in their Pitt Meadows, British Columbia; San
Diego, California; and Shannon, Ireland offices.
Earlier this month, Tranzeo was ranked 22nd
in the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 50, a ranking of the 50
fastest growing technology companies in Canada and also placed 23rd in
the Deloitte Technology Wireless Fast 50, which names the top 50 fastest
growing wireless companies in the world. Earlier this year Tranzeo was
ranked 153rd in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the
fastest growing companies in North America.
Tranzeo Wireless Technologies Inc. (TSX:TZT)
leads the wireless broadband industry as a premier manufacturer of
high-performance wireless network equipment that allows communities and
businesses to communicate without boundaries.
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