By Jennifer Farnsworth
IT provider StoredTech has again been recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the fast-growing companies in America.
The company was added to Inc.’s top 5000 list for 2018, something StoredTech owner Mark Shaw said is due to their unwavering focus on customer service.
Inc. is a monthly publication focused on growing companies. It named StoredTech 2,555 out of 5,000 in 2017.
In 2016, the company was ranked 1,113 in the magazine’s ranking of 5,000. According to the magazine, StoredTech showed a 167 percent growth over the last three years.
“A fanatical focus on customer delight. If our clients are delighted, they share that with others and the ability to grow is so much easier,” said Shaw.
Shaw started his company in Queensbury in 2010. The company provides a comprehensive portfolio of voice, data, video services and equipment. Their headquarters is in Queensbury, with branch offices in Plattsburgh and South Plainfield, N.J. They provide IT support and project management, cloud services, outsourced IT leadership, and business services to businesses, healthcare groups, municipalities and nonprofit organizations.
“We constantly ask what is next and when everyone is doing x, we are going to introduce y. It’s about never standing still and always adjusting by listening to what our clients need and how we can continue to be a partner in their success,” said Shaw.
Shaw said he added adding two new products in the last three months, harassment training solutions and cloud-based printing solutions.
The company has 52 employees.
“We are growing and hiring. We have been amazingly strong and we continue to make inroads in all of our markets,” said Shaw.
Stored Tech began a new division, Techs+Together, which takes their managed services package and sells it globally to over 300 other companies.
Looking ahead to the future, Shaw said the sky’s the limit.
“It’s always the inside joke that we will stop when we rule the world. We will continue to disrupt the market, make strategic acquisitions and focus on customer delight,” said Shaw.
The company website is www.storedtech.com.