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Core Informatics Selected as Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) 2013 Marcum Tech Top 40 Award Winner for Second Time

Published: Saturday, August 24, 2013
Last Updated: Saturday, August 24, 2013
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Core Informatics is one of the State's 40 Fastest Growing Tech Companies

Core Informatics has been selected as one of Connecticut's 40 fastest growing technology companies by the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) and Marcum LLP. Core Informatics was chosen based on revenue growth over the last four years, from a list of companies with over $3 million in revenue. As a winner in the software industry category, Core Informatics is a leading provider of data and information management solutions to the life sciences, molecular diagnostics, and energy industries. This is the second consecutive year that Core Informatics has been a part of the Tech Top 40.

Core Informatics will attend the sixth annual The Marcum Tech Top 40 event on September 26, 2013 at the Oakdale Theater in Wallingford. Other honorees include:, Rogers Corporation, Gartner Inc. and Alexion Pharmaceuticals.

"The inclusion of Core Informatics in the Tech Top 40 for the second year in a row is a testament to the hard work of our team. Our laboratory software customer base has continued to grow and we look forward to continued innovations in the year ahead," said Anthony Uzzo, President of Core Informatics.

Anthony P. Scillia, Partner-in-Charge, Marcum New England said, "The annual Marcum Tech Top 40 honors the State of Connecticut's fastest growing technology companies and gives us the opportunity to see innovation first-hand...Every year, the program serves as a reminder never to underestimate the promise of a great idea, the role of passion, the importance of management talent, and the significance of having the right team. Marcum is extremely proud to partner with the Connecticut Technology Council in presenting this year's outstanding class of top technology companies. We enthusiastically congratulate all the winners."

"Connecticut is proud of its remarkable heritage of innovation and invention. The 2013 list of Tech Top 40 companies reinforces the vital role the tech sector plays in job creation. These 40 firms are also successful models in their technology verticals and deserve the attention this event brings them," added Matthew Nemerson, CTC's President & CEO.

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