Partner in the News – En-Net Services Named to 2017 CRN Fast Growth 150 List

We are proud of our partner, En- Net Services for being named to CRN’s 2017 Fast Growth 150 list.  BridgePath Scientific is a sub-contractor to En-Net on the NIH CIO-SP3 government wide acquisition contract (GWAC).  Congrats again to En-Net Services.

En-Net Services, LLC (En-Net), a certified Maryland Small Business Reserve, announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named En-Net to its 2017  Fast Growth 150 list. The list is CRN’s annual ranking of North America-based technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants that have experienced significant economic growth over the past two years. The 2017 list is based on gains in gross revenue between 2014 and 2016.

“It is truly an honor for En-Net to be included on this list,” says Kyle Yost, President. “The success of our company over the last two years was cultivated from the very beginning of En-Net 21 years ago.  A commitment to growth with integrity, the trusted support of the vendor community, a strong commitment to building long term relationships with our customers and good old fashioned hard work.  Our growth of the last two years stands as a testament to the experience, professionalism and dedication of our Administrative, Sales and Management Teams.”

“The companies on CRN’s 2017 Fast Growth 150 list are thriving in what is now a very tumultuous, demanding IT channel climate,” said Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company. “This remarkable group of solution providers has successfully adapted to a landmark industry shift away from the traditional VAR business model to a more services-driven approach, outpacing competitors and emerging as true channel leaders. We congratulate each of the Fast Growth 150 honorees and look forward to their continued success.”

The Fast Growth 150 list is highlighted in the August issue of CRN.

En-Net has continued to leverage the momentum from the last several years and subsequently finished with record revenues in 2015 and 2016.  Success is coming from multiple vectors including; growth from the NIH CIO-CS Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC), a strong State/Local Government and Education (SLED) contract portfolio as well as productive e-Rate practice.  Concurrently, the development of a new Cyber-Security practice, the expansion of our Data Center solution capability set and an extended STEM education portfolio, all have been significant factors in our growth and success.