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Nimcat Networks is named in top 25 Up and Comers Tech Companies in Canada by the Branham Group.
Companies that make this esteemed list "have something unique to offer, and with proper funding and planning, they could become part of Canada’s IT elite." Backbone, March-April, 2005
This Frost & Sullivan Award is given each year to the company that demonstrated superior entrepreneurial ability in its industry.
"We believe that once Nimcat develops good retail, carrier and vendor relationships, the company is well poised to attain the mindshare needed to become a force to be reckoned with in the SMB IP telephony marketplace." Ronald F. Gruia, Enterprise Solutions Communications Strategic Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
Internet Telephony's VoIP Product of the Year awards is presented to vendors who have delivered on their promise of excellence to their clients.
"Each year Internet Telephony magazine bestows its Product of the Year awards on companies that have demonstrated excellence in technological advancement and application refinements. Nimcat Networks has demonstrated that its products are committed to quality and innovation while addressing the real needs in the marketplace," Rich Tehrani, TMC, President and Group Editor-in-Chief.
The 2004 PULVER 100 represents companies that have shown continuous product innovation and secured a spot with industry leaders
Nimcat Networks has been named to the 2004 "pulver 100" - which is the VoIP industry's premiere listing of privately held growth companies that represent the future of the communications ecosystem.
The Investors' Choice awards are presented to 10 start-up companies for their potential to make an impact in the data communications industry
"It's still a tough market, but these companies are finding opportunities to succeed." said Richard A. Shaffer, editor-in-chief of VentureWire.
The Ottawa Business Achievement Awards honors companies that set business standards and contribute to prosperity and business development in Ottawa.
Evaluation criteria include community involvement, job creation, business growth, customer service and innovation.