MicroTech CEO Tony Jimenez Recognized as Most Influential in America

Vienna, VA - October 13, 2011 - MicroTech President & CEO Tony Jimenez has been named to the 2011 Top 100 Most Influential Hispanics in America. The list is made up of prominent Hispanic movers and shakers in the areas of business, diversity, arts & entertainment, academic, and government. Jimenez is making his first appearance in this elite group, highlighting his impact in the corporate field. He is one of only two privately-held company CEOs on the entire list. The exclusive feature is published in the October 2011 edition of Hispanic Business Magazine.

Jimenez is at the helm of award-winning MicroTech, the Fastest-Growing Hispanic-Owned Business in the U.S. for the last three years. MicroTech provides Technology Services, Systems Integration, Product Solutions, Unified Communications & Collaboration, Cloud Computing, and Innovation & Integration to the public sector and Fortune 500 enterprises. A prime contractor on more than 100 Federal projects and 28 procurement vehicles, MicroTech offers access to over 2500 vendors and over a million tech products and services across the government.

"This is a real honor to make such a prestigious list of notable Hispanics in America," said Tony Jimenez, President & CEO of MicroTech. "My business goals have always included helping others, including Hispanics, become successful entrepreneurs. America is truly the land of opportunity and I share my influence with the Hispanic community by mentoring and teaching others, and by setting a good example of how to overcome obstacles and achieve business success."

The individuals that make up the annual most influential list are drawn from several sources, mainly submissions from readers and visitors to HispanicBusiness.com, and from the publication's editorial and research staff. In addition to Tony Jimenez, this year's notable recipients include the NBA Atlanta Hawks owner Alex Meruelo, Jack In the Box Inc. Chairwoman, CEO and President Linda A. Lang, Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval, and Florida Senator Marco Rubio.

Since launching MicroTech at his kitchen table in 2004, Jimenez has grown his business into a profitable quarter-of-a-billion-dollar company. A passionate advocate for the Hispanic community, organizations like Deloitte, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Small Business Administration, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and NASDAQ have all acknowledged his extraordinary success.

Recognized numerous times by government agencies and watch groups honoring individuals who have played pivotal roles in the government tech community, Jimenez has advised the last two U.S. Presidents on economic matters. Recently, he met one-on-one with former President Clinton, and traveled to Puerto Rico for a historic meeting with President Obama. He serves as an advisor to the White House on the U.S. Department of Commerce National Advisory Council on Minority Business Enterprise.

Jimenez is a recipient of the U.S. Hispanic Advocacy Association "Bravo Award" for a commitment to diversity and has received numerous awards for his efforts including Veteran Champion of the Year; CEO of the Year; Executive Leader of the Year; National Corporate Advocate of the Year; and Minority Business Leader of the Year. He is a published author and has been featured on several top television news networks and in a number of nationally recognized newspapers and magazines. He serves on a number of boards including the U.S. - Mexico Chamber of Commerce and Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. His charity efforts have led to recognition as the "Top CEO Philanthropist" in the Washington DC region.

Earlier this year, Hispanic Engineer & Information Technology Magazine named Jimenez as one of the "Most Influential Hispanics in Technology."