Hi-G-Tek, a developer of highly intelligent sensing and security solutions for monitoring high-value cargo and sensitive materials, announced that it has been selected to the 2009 AlwaysOn Global 250 List. The AlwaysOn Global 250 Award is given to private, emerging technology companies creating new business opportunities in high-growth markets. Hi-G-Tek was selected by the AlwaysOn editorial team based on demonstration of growth, market opportunity, quality of innovation and customer traction.
Hi-G-Tek and the other AlwaysOn Global 250 winners will be recognized at the AlwaysOn and STVP Summit at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, from July 28-30. The Stanford Technology Ventures Program will co-present this two-and-a-half day executive conference, highlighting the significant economic, political and commercial trends affecting the global technology industries.
“To be honored as an AlwaysOn Global 250 winner is an exciting achievement,” said Larry Blue, president and CEO, Hi-G-Tek. “Our team has worked tirelessly over the past several years to develop unique, wireless active-RFID solutions, which have helped us to secure high-value global opportunities. As a result, Hi-G-Tek has achieved remarkable growth and success, directly attributable to our capacity to provide pro-active information management solutions that address our customer’s en route cargo monitoring and status needs.”
“It’s no secret that technology and innovation are vital to bringing our country out of economic recession,” said Tony Perkins, founder and editor of AlwaysOn. “The companies on this year’s list have not only created innovative technologies that solve real business problems, but have stimulated economic growth through the generation of new jobs. I congratulate every winner selected for this year’s award and wish them all tremendous success in the future.”
The AlwaysOn Global 250 winners were selected from among hundreds of other technology companies nominated by investors, bankers, journalists and industry insiders. The AlwaysOn editorial team conducted a rigorous three-month selection process to finalize the 2009 list