Laurus Technologies Named 18th Fasting Growing Company in Chicago
Ranking in Crain’s Chicago Business follows remarkable growth
ITASCA, Ill.–Laurus Technologies, Inc., a privately-held Itasca, Ill.-based consulting and technology solutions provider, has been named to the Fast Fifty list for 2008 as published recently in Crain’s Chicago Business. The list ranks the Chicago metropolitan area’s fastest growing public and private companies based on revenue growth between 2003 and 2007. Laurus Technologies ranked 18th on the list, posting an impressive 418% overall growth since 2003.
“We are honored and delighted to be recognized by Crain’s and included on this year’s Fast Fifty list," said Laurus Founder and Chief Executive Officer John Udelhofen. "Our growth has been the result of creating loyal customer relationships centered on helping solve their business challenges-not just delivering IT products. We strive to deliver solutions that our customers can trust."
Laurus Technologies customers see value in the firm’s strong commitment to client service, high ratio of engineers and consultants on staff, and ability to drive cost out of business operations. The result is a loyal customer base that relies on the firm for business consulting, data center optimization, business applications consulting for major ERP deployments, and software solutions for compliance, identity management and role-based access.
Earlier this year. Laurus was named to the Crain’s Chicago Business list of the area’s largest privately-held companies.
Laurus employs nearly 100 people in its offices in Itasca, Chicago, Minneapolis, Milwaukee and Denver.
About Laurus Technologies, Inc.
Laurus Technologies (www.laurustech.com) is an IT consulting and systems integration firm helping customers solve their most pressing business challenges from needs assessment through implementation. Laurus listens to client needs and partners to develop technology strategies that align with their business objectives. Laurus people are experts in managing the growing complexity of digital content and data.