UDT Ranks on South Florida Business Journal’s 2020 Fastest-Growing Technology Companies

UDT, a leading security, cloud, and managed services provider helping clients across State, announced that they have been ranked #5 on South Florida Business Journal’s 2020 Fastest-Growing Technology Companies list!

MIRAMAR, FL – November

UDT, a leading security, cloud, and managed services provider helping clients across State, Local, Education, Enterprise and Commercial clients, today announced that they have been ranked #5 on South Florida Business Journal’s 2020 Fastest-Growing Technology Companies list! This prestigious list is a ranking of South Florida technology company growth based on 2018-2019 revenue dollar growth.

“We are very thankful to our clients for the continued opportunity to service their needs, providing growth opportunities to UDT,” said Henry Fleches, Co-founder and CEO of UDT.  “I am extremely proud of our committed team members who focus on the needs of our clients in order to deliver on our continued growth and market leadership throughout last year.  Security, Cloud, Managed Services, and the Edge continue to provide massive opportunities for our clients to innovate, accelerate, and deliver on their business objectives. It is always humbling to be recognized for our efforts.”

Fleches and President, Gerard Amaro, founded UDT 25 years ago in South Florida and continue to expand their business within the areas of managed security and digital transformation services to their clients.

In the past, the South Florida Business Journal has named UDT one of the Top Private Companies in South Florida as well as the #1 company for Computer Networking and System Integration.

 

About UDT

UDT is a technology enabler that helps State, Local, Education, Enterprise and Commercial clients evaluate, architect, secure, and manage technology on the go and in the cloud. UDT provides customized services, including mobility, cloud, collaboration, loT, data, security, and ITaaS solutions and technical, professional and managed services. The company’s mission is to deliver innovation and services in support of the three key areas: securing our Nation’s critical infrastructure, improving the safety of communities, and delivering technology in support of digital learning initiatives for students of all ages in a learner-centric future.

 

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About South Florida Business Journal:

The South Florida Business Journal is the leading business news outlet covering Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties. The company’s mission is to provide business intelligence online and in print to help subscribers grow their business, advance their careers and simplify their professional lives.

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