IMCentric Recognized as One of Utah's Top 20 High-Tech Companies.
"Utah's High Tech Top 20 companies are the ones to watch in the next few years," said John Blodgett, editor of Utah Business Magazine. "IMCentric was chosen for its efforts to address security issues missed by other companies."
Announced every year in October, Utah's High-Tech 20 companies are selected by the editors of Utah Business Magazine and members of the Utah Information Technology Association (UITA), the premier industry-driven, high-tech professional organization in the state. UITA is recognized also as one of the top information technology councils in the country. The selection process is based on the ability to execute on a unique business model and deliver a groundbreaking technology or service.
"IMCentric is proud to be recognized as one of Utah's leading high-tech companies," said Paul Turner, vice president of marketing at IMCentric. "Our unique digital certificate management technology ensures that our Fortune 1000 customers are able to not only reduce maintenance and IT costs, but securely expand their e-business operations."
IMCentric provides digital certificate management solutions that enable Fortune 1000 companies and government institutions to reduce costs, prevent downtime, improve regulatory compliance and expand e-business operations. IMCentric's AutoCert Manager strategically manages the complete lifecycle for digital certificates across diverse IT infrastructures, increasing security and improving organizational responsiveness. Headquartered in Draper, Utah, IMCentric is funded by UV Partners, Origin Partners, Highway 12 Ventures and ASH Capital. More information can be found at www.imcentric.com or by calling 801-676-6900.
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|Date:||Nov 15, 2004|
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