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SOURCE: Boston Technologies Inc
Boston, MA-based Forex Trading Technology Provider featured in the inaugural ranking of Inc. Magazine's Hire Power Awards, recognizing the private businesses that have generated the most jobs in the past three years.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 07, 2012
Boston Technologies generated 65 jobs from 2008 to 2011, resulting in job growth of over 983%, which ranks #28th in job creation across all companies with 1-10 employees in 2008.
“It can be tremendously challenging for an organization to add as many employees as quickly as we did while preserving the business philosophy that has made us successful – namely our focus on delivering value for our customers,” said Kevin Millien, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer. “We are very fortunate to have a team of brilliant, passionate and inspired individuals whose tireless efforts have built our reputation for outstanding service. Our employees recognize that our customers need more than just great software – they need comprehensive support from an organization of people that is truly committed to their success.”
After being founded in 2007 the company chose to self-finance its explosive growth. Boston Technologies was also named to Inc. Magazine’s prestigious Inc.500 list in both 2011 (#143) and 2012 (#373). Additionally, the company was recently recognized as the #35 fastest-growing technology company in the US by Lead411. It is currently seeking its Series A round of financing as growth capital to pursue an aggressive global expansion strategy. Mr. Millien says that the company will continue to hire in 2013 in support of its fast-growing and diverse customer base.
Inc. is the only major business media brand aimed solely at CEOs of fast-growing private companies. The Hire Power Awards will appear in Inc.’s December/January issue, as well as the brand’s web site, http://www.inc.com.
“The top 100 companies on the list have created 73,032 American jobs in the three-year period from 2008 to 2011 – an amazing feat, given that much of that job growth came during the heart of the recession,” explains Inc. editor-in-chief Eric Schurenberg. “And it isn’t just the big guys that are adding jobs. Companies with less than $50 million in annual revenue make up nearly one-third of the Hire Power list.”
The inaugural Inc. Hire Power Awards are sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, which is proud to recognize American companies that have greatly increased their workforces. Inc.’s Hire Power Awards celebrates private companies on the forefront of American job creation, giving these businesses the recognition they deserve.
About Boston Technologies
Boston Technologies is a world-leading innovator and “one-stop-shop” provider of software, algorithmic trading solutions, advanced trading platforms and professional trading services to the $4.9 trillion per day forex market. Founded in 2007, when it invented the MT4 Liquidity Bridge, the company has continued to innovate around the needs of its customers to provide comprehensive, end-to-end solutions focused on increasing their profitability. The company has customers in 38 countries, comprised of over 250 banks, brokerages, institutional traders and other foreign exchange market participants. Boston Technologies is headquartered in Boston with regional offices in London and Tokyo. For more Information, please visit http://www.bostontechnologies.com
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