|By PR Newswire||
|April 17, 2014 05:05 PM EDT||
BOSTON, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- At the annual BBJ Pacesetter breakfast today, the Boston Business Journal recognized Cumulus Global as the 5th fastest growing private company in Massachusetts. The Pacesetter Awards recognize businesses with exceptional cumulative revenue growth over a four-year period, highlighting businesses and entrepreneurs that create the dynamic and innovative economy in Massachusetts.
In accepting the award, Allen Falcon, CEO of Cumulus Global, discussed the critical role the company's network of partners, vendors, and advisors has been to its success and growth. Falcon thanked the entire Cumulus Global team for their efforts, referring to a team, "whose evangelical zeal for all things cloud computing is always tempered with just enough pragmatism to deliver successful solutions to our customers." Falcon also praised Cumulus Global's customers, stating, "We are fortunate to have customers that want to learn, innovate, and grow, and that focus on the business value of our solutions."
Based in Westborough, Massachusetts, Cumulus Global serves small and mid-size businesses, schools, and local governments in Massachusetts, throughout New England, and across North America. The company has offices in New York and is looking forward to continued growth and expansion.
"While the technologies and solutions we deliver are cutting edge," noted Falcon, "in many ways we are a traditional value-add partner for our customers. We access business objectives, needs, and priorities; we select technologies and services to create pragmatic and effective solutions; and we follow through with deployment, education, training, and support."
Cumulus Global's recognition as a 2014 Pacesetter follows other recent industry accolades, including being named to CIO Review's list of the 20 Most Promising Education Tech Providers and to CRN's Next-Gen 250 list of cutting edge solution providers for the second consecutive year.
About Cumulus Global
Cumulus Global (http://www.cumulusglobal.com) is Cloud Solutions Provider and a Google Apps Premier SMB Reseller helping small and mid-size businesses, non-profits, governments, and educational institutions move from in-house systems to cloud computing solutions. We align technology with our clients' goals, objectives, and bottom lines. In addition to Google Apps, Cumulus Global offers a range of cloud-based security, storage, and server solutions.
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