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Denver, CO – June 26, 2017 – Dizzion, an end user computing solutions and desktop as a service provider, is proud to announce that it has been selected as a 2017 Colorado Company to Watch. The Colorado Companies to Watch Awards are supported by the Office of Economic Development and International Trade and Colorado Workforce Development Council, and endorsed by the Edward Lowe Foundation. They acknowledge the drive, excellence, influence and energizing impact privately held companies headquartered in Colorado have on the state and community. Fifty winning companies were selected based on company size and stage, revenue growth, exceptional entrepreneurial leadership and sustainable competitive advantage.
“We are pleased to recognize Dizzion as one of Colorado’s 50 most innovative second stage companies,” said Rick Ninneman, Colorado Companies to Watch Board Chairman. “These companies contribute significantly to the growth and economic independence of the state by developing valuable products and services, creating quality jobs, enriching communities and generating new industries throughout Colorado.”
“We’re extremely proud and excited to be named a Colorado Company to Watch. This is a major award and is validation that Dizzion is having a positive impact not only on our industry but on our local community and the Colorado business ecosystem as a whole,” said Steve Prather, Dizzion CEO & Co-Founder. “We’re especially proud to be in the company of other great Colorado companies that have received this award.”
Dizzion is leading the way in the fast growing industry of desktop as a service (DaaS) and cloud-based end use computing solutions designed to enable a modern workforce while increasing data security. Following a recent series of funding, Dizzion was able to make an even greater impact on the community by increasing its staff and expanding its services. The company was founded and is currently headquartered in Denver, CO.
Colorado Companies to Watch works to recognize the driving economic forces in the state by focusing not merely on growth, but on the true impact and influence of an organization. By focusing on second stage companies across the state, the program offers distinct insight into the state’s economic landscape and recognizes organizations often overlooked for the critical impact they have in their industries, communities and regions, as well as our state as a whole.
Established in 2011, Dizzion, Inc. is a global provider of end-user computing services, including cloud-delivered Desktops as a Service (DaaS), paired with complementary offerings like secure endpoints, application delivery and storage. The company is delivering the next generation of virtual desktop solutions to meet the demands of a remote global workforce in industries with stringent security and compliance needs, including business process outsourcing, financial services, healthcare and insurance. Dizzion’s mission is to enable users to securely access applications and data from any device, anywhere increasing mobility and productivity. To learn more about Dizzion, visit www.dizzion.com.
About Colorado Companies to Watch
Colorado Companies to Watch is an awards program honoring 2nd-stage companies headquartered in the state of Colorado. The 400 companies that have been honored since the program’s inception demonstrate high performance in the marketplace or exhibit innovative products or processes. The program is designed to seek businesses from a wide range of industries throughout the state, not just the major metropolitan areas. The 50 companies selected each year make an astounding impact on Colorado’s economy by collectively providing thousands of jobs and contributing millions of dollars in revenue. The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) launched the program in 2009 in conjunction with the Edward Lowe Foundation and valuable community partners from across Colorado.
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