PUBLICATION: PRLOG
DATE: 20 MAY 2010
Integr8 Races Ahead Of Competition To Emerge As One Of The Country’s Fastest Growing Companies
The Integr8 Group, has secured additional international market acclaim having been named as one of South Africa’s twenty five fastest growing companies.

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PR Log (Press Release) – May 20, 2010 – The Integr8 Group, South Africa’s largest privately owned national BEE ICT network integration and infrastructure management specialist, has secured additional international market acclaim having been named as one of South Africa’s twenty five fastest growing companies.

Management received confirmation of this feat from the organisers of the inaugural South Africa Fast Growth list, a declaration of those businesses that have progressed in terms of entrepreneurial success and achievement in meaningful contribution to the economy.
The list is an interim showcase of South Africa Fast Growth 100 ranking to be announced later in the year.

It is one of the key projects initiated by AllWorld Network, a global initiative to promote entrepreneurship within both developing and developed economies, as well as AllWorld Network Chairman Professor Michael Porter of the Harvard Business School, in association with strategic partner Endeavor South Africa.

One of the main objectives of this network is to locate and identify all the scalable growth companies of the emerging world by 2015.

According to Professor Porter the South Africa Fast Growth 100 will demonstrate that emerging company owners in the country are true corporate heroes. He has publicly stated that the men and women reflected on the list “represent the leading edge of a new approach to job growth and competitiveness.”

The Integr8 Group has been selected to form part of this exclusive group based on its achievement and ongoing success within managed ICT services provision.

Among its industry recognised accolades is an Impumelelo BBBEE award, an African Achiever Award and Technology Top 100 Award for Excellence in the Management of Systems.

Robert Sussman, joint CEO at the Integr8 Group, said recognition at this level is a feather in the company’s cap and is encouraging in terms of its strategy and direction.

“We are very pleased to be identified as one of the more progressive companies in South Africa. Upon our inception our central objective was to demonstrate the intrinsic value of strategic investment in technology infrastructure, the retention and application of skills to reflect the power and advantage that can be gained through effective partnership, proactive service and true expertise. We believe that this global recognition is an endorsement of our direction, our strategy and our service portfolio,” said Sussman.