Tony Jimenez, a member of The American Legion's Small Business Task Force, has received more recognition for his entrepreneurial endeavors. His company - MicroTech, a leading technology systems integrator - has been named the national winner of the Integrator of the Year Award in the 2010 CRN Public Sector Awards, which honor influential executives and top-performing IT companies in the public sector.
Jimenez, MicroTech's president and CEO, accepted the award on the company's behalf at a ceremony in Jacksonville, Fla., where hundreds of industry executives and solution providers gathered to honor the winners. The Public Sector Integrator of the Year is awarded to a systems integrator demonstrating best-in-class service and solutions to public sector accounts across multiple categories.One of America's fastest growing businesses, MicroTech has grown by more than 5,000 percent in revenue since its launch in 2004. The company provides technology solutions, systems integration, and high-definition video communications design, installation and implementation, specializing in government computing environments. MicroTech manages over half a million tech users daily in the public sector. From service branches to key civilian agencies, the company holds more than 100 prime contracts and 20-plus contract vehicles, offering over 300,000 technology products and services across the government."It is deeply satisfying that MicroTech is being recognized for what we set out to succeed at - systems integration in the government arena," Jimenez said. "This prestigious national award from CRN is a validation of our firm commitment to our public sector clients all over the country who have unique technology requirements. The MicroTech Team of experienced industry professionals and highly trained technical personnel capably serve them every day, providing the right technology for their needs."