Interland, a leading provider of Web hosting and online services for small
and medium-sized businesses, today announced it ranked 27th on the Atlanta Business
Chronicle’s TECH50 list, compiled by Deloitte & Touche LLP. The company
also announced it ranked 137th on the NetworkWorld 200 list (NW200).
The annual TECH50 list is a ranking of technology companies headquartered in
Georgia and ranked by revenues. The TECH50 list appeared in the May 21-27 issue
of the Atlanta Business Chronicle. In that issue the publication points out
that overall in 2003 the technology industry in Georgia increased revenues by
24.1 percent, from $11.6 billion to $14.4 billion.
The NW200 is a ranking of the largest public network companies by revenue and
profit data over the calendar year. The 10th annual edition of the list appeared
in the April 26th issue of NetworkWorld. The publisher found that after a two-year
retreat, sales for the NW200 headed back in the right direction, climbing 6
percent from last year to $818 billion. And after two years of losses, the network
companies reported $61 billion in profit for the year 2003.
“It’s an honor to be included on both lists,” said Joel Kocher, chairman
and CEO of Interland. “We are proud to be named among the quality organizations
on these lists. Interland’s employees have worked hard to build our company
into the recognized market leader for small and medium-size business hosting
and online services they deserve much credit for this accomplishment.”
Other companies on the TECH50 list included: Scientific-Atlanta Inc., Equifax
Inc., Worldspan LP, CheckFree Corp., and NDC Health Corp. Some companies on
the NW200 include: IBM, HP, Verizon and Microsoft.