UDT #14 Fastest-Growing Tech Company in South Florida

UDT (UDT) was recognized on October 23rd with a Fast Tech Award from the South Florida
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UDT (UDT) was recognized on October 23rd with a Fast Tech Award from the South Florida Business Journal for being one of the fastest-growing technology companies in South Florida, with 26.8% revenue growth from 2012-2013.

The South Florida Business Journal’s Fast Tech Awards brought over 200 people together at the Hyatt Pier 66 in Ft. Lauderdale to recognize the region’s top 25 fastest growing tech companies. Some of the top companies saw triple-digit growth in the ranked year alone, with Miami-based CareCloud coming in at #1 in the region with 122% growth from 2012 to 2013.

At 19 years old, UDT has grown tremendously in the past couple years, partly due to its expansion into offering Managed IT as a Service in addition to the other I.T. Solutions the company has provided to businesses and government clients since its inception in 1995.

According to the South Florida Business Journal‘s “The List” of fastest growing technology companies by dollar amount, UDT comes in at #4 with $22.6 million revenue dollar change from 2012-2013.

To read more about the Fast Tech Awards through the South Florida Business Journal, click here.

UDT’s SMB Managed IT as a Service South Florida Sales team with UDT’s Fast Tech Award
UDT’s SMB Managed IT as a Service South Florida Sales team with UDT’s Fast Tech Award

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