Telarus Makes 2012 List of Utah 100 Fastest Growing Companies

Telecom and cloud master agent makes its debut in the list published annually by MountainWest Capital Network

MountainWest Capital Network top 100 award
Adam Edwards, president of Telarus, accepts the 100 fastest growing company award from Jason Watson of Wells Fargo and Cheri Farnsworth of MountainWest Capital
SANDY UT, - Telarus Inc., the premier telecom master agent and patent holder of real-time carrier quotes, today announced that it has been named to the 100 Fastest Growing Companies in Utah list published annually by MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN), the largest business networking organization in the state of Utah. The 18th annual MWCN Utah 100 Awards were held on October 9, 2012 in the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.

"We are very humbled and excited to be named to this very prestigious group of fantastic Utah-based companies," commented Adam Edwards, president of Telarus. "We are so proud of our employees, suppliers, and agent partners who add to our value proposition each and every day. We have been working hard to make sourcing commercial broadband, voice, and cloud services simple, in order to differentiate ourselves from our competition. This award shines a light on our efforts and the results are here for all to see. To be recognized in the same banquet as companies like SkullCandy Inc., Acenstry.com, and Vivint is a real honor."

The MWCN Fastest Growing awards are based on percentage revenue increases over a five-year period (2011 revenue divided by 2007 revenue), with a minimum of $50,000 revenue in 2007. Telarus' revenue growth during that period was over 200%.

"It's an exciting time to announce each year the 100 fastest growing companies in Utah," said Jason Watson, MWCN president. "Utah is a state that fosters business success and the Utah 100 is an opportunity to honor those businesses like Telarus, Inc. that continue to grow at a rapid rate. We extend our congratulations to Telarus, Inc. on a terrific track record of success."

Telarus, Inc. relocated its headquarters from California, where the company was started in 2002, to Utah in 2004. Since the move the company has hired over 25 new employees with most of them based in and around Sandy, Utah, home of the new corporate offices.

"The people we've met and hired in Utah have been phenomenal," added Patrick Oborn, co-founder of Telarus. "From our Utah headquarters we are able to support the sales activities of hundreds of our sales partners, most of whom reside outside of the state. Being here helps us keep our costs low and the quality of our product high; the ingredients that fuel growth and innovation. We're excited to be recognized by the MWCN and to be an active member of the Utah business community."

If you would like to learn more about Telarus, Inc., please contact Justin Chugg at (877) 346-3232 for more information.

About MountainWest Capital Network

MountainWest Capital Network is Utah's first and largest business networking organization devoted to supporting entrepreneurial success, and dedicated to the flow of financial, entrepreneurial and intellectual capital.

About Telarus

Telarus, Inc. is the value added distributor that solution providers, VARs, and MSPs turn to for innovation. We hold contracts with and drive sales volume to the world's leading commercial telecommunication carriers through our partner channel, which we spoil with patented research technology, Cisco-certified sales engineers, complex project managers, commission advances, and single point-of-contact support. We have been named the top Master Agent by the members of the Telecom Association every year since 2009, the first and only company in the carrier channel to accomplish this feat. Whether you are a top producer or a voice-and-data expert just starting out on your own, there is a place for you in the Telarus community. For more information on the Telarus partner program, please visit www.telarus.com or call the new partner hotline at 877-346-3232.

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