MicroTech CEO Recognized as Most Influential in IT Field

Vienna, VA - November 15, 2011 - MicroTech President & CEO Tony Jimenez has been named to the 2012 Top 100 "Most Influential Hispanics in IT." Presented by the Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC), the HITEC 100 showcases the contributions made by business leaders whose accomplishments represent the influence Hispanics have in the global marketplace; and individually display the leadership and IT expertise which impacts the growth and success of their organizations. Jimenez is making his second consecutive appearance on the exclusive best-of-the-IT-industry list.

HITEC is a premier consortium of global Information Technology leaders and executives, with a strong focus on increasing Hispanic leadership in the Information Technology industry. Since 2008, the Council has been recognizing the nation's most influential Hispanics in the field.

MicroTech is 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.

"It is a quite an honor to be recognized by the Hispanic IT Executive Council for this prestigious award," said Tony Jimenez. "I share this important industry acknowledgement with the many certified technical professionals that make up MicroTech and capably serve our customers' IT needs daily. Our innovative research & development at the MicroTech Innovation & Integration Center (I2C), and products like the MicroKloud™ line of private cloud computing and migration technology products have positioned MicroTech as an industry leader in IT solutions."

Candidates for the HITEC 100 are judged on their achievement levels, scope of responsibility and the positions they hold within their respective companies. In addition to Tony Jimenez, this year's notable recipients include IT leaders from Google, Anheuser Busch, NASA, IBM, MasterCard, Cisco, Disney, AT&T, Sony Pictures, Coca-Cola, Facebook, Ford Motor Co. and Oracle.

"We are proud once again to honor Tony Jimenez as a recipient of the HITEC 100," said HITEC President Andre Arbelaez. "MicroTech remains an influential small business excelling in the field of Information Technology under the leadership and vision of Jimenez."

Jimenez is two-time member of the Federal 100 — Professionals from government, industry and academia honored for their influence in determining how the Federal government buys, uses, and manages IT. In April, Hispanic Engineer & Information Technology Magazine named Jimenez as one of the "Most Influential Hispanics in Technology." Last month, Hispanic Business Magazine recognized him as one of the "Most Influential Hispanics in America."

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