ADNET Technologies has again been listed in the Marcum Tech Top 40, a premier ranking of Connecticut’s growing technology companies. It’s the sixth consecutive year ADNET has been recognized on the list.
With its sustained growth in recent years, ADNET has invested in its culture, team and capabilities – fueling an ongoing upward trajectory. It recently built and opened new collaborative workplaces in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, and Albany, New York, and it launched independent cybersecurity firm MachBlue Defense. Most recently, the firm secured a new strategic investment partnership with New Charter Technologies, a move that will help accelerate ADNET’s expansion plans.
“We’re excited to be recognized on this fantastic list of thriving Connecticut companies. It’s a credit to our talented team and their outstanding service to our clients and communities,” said ADNET CEO Christopher Luise. “Over the last two years, we have helped our clients navigate challenges and find ways to grow amid the ongoing pandemic. By providing responsive and reliable guidance and implementing smart IT, cloud and security solutions, we have empowered the people we serve to achieve their business objectives, speed their digital transformations and support local economies. I am incredibly grateful to our team, and I couldn’t be more proud of their impactful work.”
Each year, Marcum LLP announces the Marcum Tech Top 40 by recognizing the fastest-growing technology companies in Connecticut. This list includes both privately and publicly held businesses and celebrates leaders in six industry sectors – Advanced Manufacturing, Energy/Environmental, Life Sciences, New Media/Internet/Telecom, IT Services, and Software. To be considered for this list, organizations must make at least $3 million in annual revenue and have a four-year record of growth.
“With our people-first culture now bolstered by a new investment partner, we will expect to do even more in the year ahead – more hiring, more innovating and creating more opportunities for our employees to advance their careers, find balance and make an impact,” Luise added.