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eCardio Ranked as One of Houston's Fastest Growing Companies

Mon, 09/27/2010 - 9:31am
Bio-Medicine.Org

HOUSTON, Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Announced Friday, eCardio was included on the Houston Business Journal's Fast 100, which honors 100 of the fastest growing companies in the Houston area.  eCardio was ranked at No. four with a two-year growth of 305.23%.

"eCardio is privileged to be recognized locally for our considerable growth," stated Larry Lawson, President and Chief Executive Officer of eCardio. "Our growth has enabled us to employ close to 400 employees in the Houston area, a vast increase from our original team when we started in 2004.  We are proud to be contributors to the local economy over the past year in light of the current economic challenges."

Companies were honored at the Houston Fast 100 luncheon held at the Westin Galleria Hotel on Friday, September 24. Over 700 Houstonians from the business community cheered on the 2010 Fast 100 award recipients at the luncheon where the rankings were first made public. Companies making the list were ranked by percentage of revenue growth over the past two years and were required to be in business for a minimum of five years.

Since the inception of the company in 2004, eCardio has experienced significant growth. Most recently, eCardio was included on the Inc. 500's list of fastest growing private companies for a second year. eCardio was also recognized in the 2008 and 2009 Fast Tech 50, and President Larry Lawson was awarded the Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year in both 2008 and 2009.

About eCardio

eCardio Diagnostics, www.ecardio.com, is one of the nation's leading providers of comprehensive and advanced technologies, devices, services and solutions for the diagnosis, monitoring and subsequent clinical management of cardiac arrhythmias, predominantly in an ambulatory setting. eCardio provides leading-edge diagnostic innovations and solutions that optimize the flexibility, speed and accuracy of cardiac arrhyth

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