3rd Year Market Technologies Wins Tampa Bay Technology Fast 50 Award
Company News and Press Releases
Market Technologies Wins Tampa Bay Technology Fast 50 Award for 3rd Consecutive Year
Wesley Chapel, FL, August 4, 2000 — Louis B. Mendelsohn, President and Chief Executive Officer, announced today that Market Technologies was notified that it made the 2000 Tampa Bay Technology Fast 50 list as one of the fastest growing technology-related companies in the Tampa Bay region for the third consecutive year.
In his August 4, 2000 letter to Mr. Mendelsohn announcing the award, Mr. Stuart L. Rogel, President of the Tampa Bay Partnership Regional Research and Education Foundation, offered his “congratulations on winning this prestigious award that is an industry benchmark for success!”. According to Mr. Rogel, Market Technologies “made the 2000 Tampa Bay Technology Fast 50 list as one of the fastest growing technology-related companies in the Tampa Bay area” and indicated that Market Technologies’ “company information has already been submitted to Deloitte & Touche’s National Technology Fast 500” for consideration as one of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in the United States. Mr. Rogel’s letter to Mr. Mendelsohn invited Market Technologies to an awards banquet to be held on September 19, 2000 during which the actual ranking of the fifty winners will be revealed for the first time, and that Market Technologies’ ranking in the Fast 50 will also be featured in the Maddux Report, Tampa Bay’s monthly business magazine, and in the Tampa Bay Technology Directory, a Partnership publication focused on the region’s technology issues.
Market Technologies is a world pioneer in technical analysis and market timing software. Founded in 1979 by Mr. Mendelsohn, with clients in more than thirty countries worldwide, Market Technologies has developed a proprietary market timing technology that utilizes neural networks and intermarket analysis to forecast twenty-one financial markets, including interest rates, stock indices, currencies, and the energy complex.