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InfoStretch – Among Top 15 Fastest Growing Companies In Silicon Valley

InfoStretch Has Been Ranked Among Top 15 Fastest Growing Companies in Silicon Valley for the Third Consecutive Year by the Silicon Valley Business Journal

InfoStretch Corporation, a leading provider of Mobile and QA services and solutions, announced today that it has been named to the Annual Silicon Valley Fast Private 2012 list for the third consecutive year. InfoStretch ranked #14 in the fastest growing company category, moving up from #19 in 2011. The awards were given by the San Jose Business Journal.  Click here to go the Fast  Private 2012 awards page.

“The secret of InfoStretch’s success lies in understanding the business challenges in the QA and Mobile QA ecosystem and creating world class solutions to address them”, says Rutesh Shah, Founder and CEO of InfoStretch. “Innovation to establish market leadership is key, especially in an industry that is moving at such a rapid pace. And at InfoStretch, we have always thought a few steps ahead enabling us to be the company of the future in our space”, he added.

Today, InfoStretch has tested more than 100k apps in its test labs spread across the world. It has access to more than 3k real and pre-market devices and services more than 300 customers ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies. It has developed innovative testing and certification solutions specific to business needs, which are being leveraged by various companies around the world.

InfoStretch is also the testing and certification authority for 5 of the 7 top Application Stores in the US.

The “Fast Private” award is the latest in a series of accolades for InfoStretch. Recently, InfoStretch was also named to top1000 in the Inc.500|5000 List of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies; it was recognized as one of the top 5 businesses of the West for 2012 by the Business Leader and was named among top 75 workplaces in the Silicon Valley by the Bay Area News Group.