Brite Named to the Inc. 500/5000 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies

Victor, N.Y. August 20, 2012:
 

Brite has experienced outstanding growth over the past three years and posted record sales in 2011.  Inc Magazine has taken notice of the Upstate New York Technology Firm for the 2nd time. The company is once again on Inc. Magazine’s 2012 Inc. 500|5000 fastest growing private companies in America.

“This has been an exciting year at Brite. Our dedicated and talented staff has committed to delivering quality solutions, exceptional service and expertise to our customers. The results are evident by the growth we have seen in such a tough economy. The Executive Team decided to invest heavily in the organization by adding staff, training the existing team, improving our infrastructure and increasing our market reach with new offices in the south and mid-west,” said President and COO, Justin Smith. “We are honored to be on this prestigious list again.”

Brite’s success relies on its agile response to advancing technology trends and the needs of its customers. Throughout 2011, the IT market continued to rapidly evolve with IT delivery models optimized by virtualization, flexible computing provided by mobile devices and the ever pervasive threat of data loss.. Brite quickly responded and expanded its portfolio once again to meet the requirements of its customers. By partnering with best-in-class hardware and software providers and leveraging expert network engineers.

BriteStar managed services has been a major focus for the company this year. BriteStar helps organizations of all sizes balance demands of technology and the availability of internal resources.  BriteStar offers proactive and reactive tactical IT support combined with comprehensive IT solutions.  BriteStar’s  complete network security solution includes protection against spam, viruses, worms, malware-laden websites and unauthorized access or lost emails. BriteStar also includes email hosting, backup and archival system (BriteMail) and a Computing as a Service program (BriteCaaS) to help off-set large upfront capital expenses.   

“As we expand and grow our business, we are very cognizant of the needs of all of our customers, and we will continue to focus on building a partnership they can count on now and well into the future for all of their IT solutions,” Smith said.

Brite joins Microsoft, Zappos, Intuit, Jamba Juice, Zipcar, Clif Bar, Vizio, Oracle, and many other well-known names that gained early exposure as members of the Inc. 500|5000.

The companies on this year's Inc. 500 employ more than 48,000 people and generated over 40,000 jobs in the past three years. Complete results of the Inc. 500|5000, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region, and other criteria, can be found at www.inc.com/500.

"Now, more than ever, we depend on Inc. 500/5000 companies to spur innovation, provide jobs, and drive the economy forward.  Growth companies, not large corporations, are where the action is,” says Inc. magazine Editor Eric Schurenberg.

About Brite: Brite is a full systems integrator and consultancy focused on providing IT solutions that allow customers to achieve their business goals and objectives. In business since 1983, Brite is a privately held organization dedicated to exceeding customers’ expectations. By listening to customers, their team of Account Managers, Engineers, and Consultants deliver IT solutions with tangible and measurable return on investment.

About Inc. Magazine: Founded in 1979 and acquired in 2005 by Mansueto Ventures LLC, Inc. (www.inc.com) is the only major business magazine dedicated exclusively to owners and managers of growing private companies that delivers real solutions for today’s innovative company builders. With a total paid circulation of 710,106, Inc. provides hands-on tools and market-tested strategies for managing people, finances, sales, marketing, and technology. Visit us online at www.inc.com.

Methodology: The 2011 Inc. 500 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth when comparing 2007 to 2010. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2007. Additionally, they had to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of December 31, 2010. (Since then, a number of companies on the list have gone public or been acquired.) The minimum revenue required for 2007 is $100,000; the minimum for 2010 is $2 million.