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TMCNet:  Innovolt(R) Honored as a Technology 200 Company by Lead411

[December 05, 2012]

Innovolt(R) Honored as a Technology 200 Company by Lead411

Atlanta, GA, Dec 05, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- Innovolt(R) Inc., the leading provider of intelligent electronics management technology, announces today that it has been included in the 2012 Lead411 Technology 200, a comprehensive list of the fastest-growing, technology-oriented private companies in the U.S. Innovolt has experienced exponential growth in the past two years, earning the technology solutions provider the highly-coveted No. 2 position on the elite list.

Since 2009, Innovolt has provided technology solutions to protect business environments from 99.5 percent of power disturbances. Innovolt's technology platform includes a combination of appliance based hardware and business intelligence and management software, which significantly reduces the cost of electronics ownership by protecting and managing vital electronics environments. Its technology has been proven to materially increase the life span and reliability of electronics. The Innovolt business intelligence platform provides a holistic and unified view of electronics usage and their vulnerabilities. Utilizing the industry leading Innovolt solution enables customers and service providers to maximize protection of the world's distributed electronic assets.

"We are honored to be recognized by Lead411 as one of the fastest-growing technology companies in the U.S.," states Jeff Spence, COO and president of Innovolt. "This is great feedback and support for a technology solution that is gaining rapid adoption worldwide. Our sophisticated, global clientele is driving high demand for this level of protection, analysis and control of their fleet of electronics." Organizations recognized on the Lead411 Technology 200 list are required to be privately held, U.S.-based companies with at least in $1 million in revenue in 2011 and are ranked according to the highest percentage of revenue growth from 2009 to 2011. This year's list is comprised of companies representing diverse industries including Software, Hardware, Media, Advertising, Wireless, Telecom, IT Services, and Consulting.

The Lead411 Technology 200 List is available online at To learn more about Innovolt, visit

About Innovolt(R) Atlanta-based Innovolt(R) is the industry leading provider of intelligent electronics management technology, powering businesses through the creation of high-performance business environments. The Innovolt technology platform, a combination of appliance based hardware and business intelligence software, significantly reduces the cost of electronics ownership by protecting, managing and analyzing vital electronics environments. Innovolt's proven technology guards against 99.5% of power disturbances and enables businesses to have more sustainable and better performing electronic equipment with fewer service interruptions. Innovolt has been recognized as a Fastest Growing Technology company locally and nationally. For more information, visit

About Lead411 Information services provider Lead411 was founded in 2001 and has grown 40% yearly since inception without accepting venture capital financing. It is based in California, but has satellite offices in New York. In addition to their current subscriptions, it also offers corporate information, company news and awards for up-and-coming businesses. For more information, visit

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