Numerex receives Frost & Sullivan's 2011 competitive strategy leadership award

Numerex Corp, the M2M products and services provider, have announced that Frost & Sullivan has presented them with the 2011 North American Competitive Strategy Leadership Award in the Machine-to-Machine Communications market.

Vikrant Gandhi, Senior Industry Analyst with Frost & Sullivan said, “Frost & Sullivan’s unique approach enables us to determine how best-in-class companies worldwide manage growth, innovation and leadership. It is very clear to us that Numerex has executed extremely well on several fronts to emerge as the true worldwide leader of M2M communication solutions.”

“Numerex’s high-value ROI has resulted in a very loyal, long-term customer base and their expertise continues to be sought out. They are undeniably a driving force for the industry and have embraced their leadership role, steering the industry into a new era of collaboration and growth,” he concluded.

In receiving the Frost & Sullivan 2011 Machine to Machine Communications Competitive Strategy Leadership Award, Numerex underwent a rigorous analysis and evaluation by Frost & Sullivan, which benchmarked companies’ performance in leveraging competitive intelligence, execution of competitive strategy, effect of strategy on market share, brand strength and market position, as well as impact on customer satisfaction and measurement of the company’s performance against specific criteria.

“We are very pleased and honored to have been distinguished by Frost & Sullivan for our growth and leadership role in M2M solutions,” said Stratton J. Nicolaides, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Numerex. “Awards such as this underscore Numerex’s competitive advantages, technological expertise and industry experience. We are committed to offering innovative, intelligent M2M solutions which are technically advanced, scalable and inherent to our customer’s business infrastructure.”

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