Houston, TX, December 09, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Trial Solutions (http://www.trialsolutions.net), an e-discovery software and services company, has been named as one of Houston’s fifty fastest-growing technology companies by the Houston Business Journal for a second year, having been previously honored in 2007.
The Fast Tech 50 awards are presented to the 50 local high-tech companies that experienced the greatest percentage of revenue growth in 2008. Trial Solutions earned its place among the prestigious Fast Tech 50 by achieving a 50 percent revenue growth from 2007 to 2008.
“We’re honored to rank among the Fast Tech 50 for a second time,” said Brad Jenkins, President and CEO of Trial Solutions. “Our 50 percent revenue increase over the previous year demonstrates the demand for new technology in the field of litigation support, and we continue to fulfill that need with our new electronic discovery software and our expertise in computer forensic services.”
Top executives of the winning companies received their awards at the Fast Tech 50 Awards luncheon on November 4, 2009.
About Trial Solutions
Trial Solutions, an electronic discovery software and services company, assists litigators in the collection, processing and review of electronic information. Trial Solutions owns two brands of software including OnDemand EDD™, an e-discovery software and ImageDepot™, an online review software. Both applications are offered as software-as-a-service (SaaS), where Trial Solutions licenses the applications to customers for use as a service on demand. Customers access the software via the internet. Trial Solutions provides litigation support services in 90 metropolitan areas throughout the United States and Canada. For more information about Trial Solutions, please visit http://www.trialsolutions.net.
About Fast Tech 50
Originating in 2000, the Fast Tech 50 Awards recognizes annually the top fifty technology companies, headquartered in the greater Houston area, that have experienced the greatest percentage revenue growth throughout the previous year. The companies must be involved in the original manufacture, design or development of technical products or services. Previous winners include Compaq Computer Corporation, BMC Software Inc. and Neon Software, Inc. Sponsors of the award include The Houston Business Journal, PKF Texas, Pierpont Communications, Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship, Houston Technology Center, Phillips & Reiter, PLLC, Burnett Staffing Specialists, Oracle, Employer Flexible Resources and Fox 26 KRIV-TV/My20 KTXH-TV. For more information about the Fast Tech 50 please visit http://consult.pkftexas.com/fasttech50/.