Fast track. Intelligrated was the winner in the $100 million-and-higher revenue category of the 2007 Fast 55 Awards. The Fast 55 Awards are given by the Business Courier, a Cincinnatibased newspaper, to companies in the 15-county region that have shown solid growth during the previous three years. Intelligrated ranked eighth overall among the 55 companies recognized. Intelligrated grew from $38 million in revenue in 2005 to about $160 million in 2007.
Wise moves. CargoWise, a company that provides international supply chain logistics management services, was named a winner in the Asia Pacific Information Communications and Telecommunications Alliance Awards program. CargoWise was honored in the General Applications category of the awards program, which recognizes innovations in information communications technology within the 16 major economies of the Asia Pacific market. CargoWise has headquarters in Australia and Chicago. prior to the Feb. 5 "Super Tuesday" primaries. Some of the candidates may have dropped out of the race by the time this article appears in print.
Made the list. Motek, a provider of warehouse software technologies, was named to Food Logistics magazine's Food Logistics 100 list. The annual list includes leading technology providers that address critical logistics issues for clients in the food, beverage, and consumer products industries.
Highly accountable. The Port of Tacoma has been given a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association. The award recognizes the organization's 2006 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for its conformance to the group's accounting standards, clarity, and readability.
Multi-partnered. Lucas Systems and W&H Systems were recently honored with the Motorola 2007 Partner Ecosystem Award for the Americas for their installation of an order fulfillment system at Oriental Trading Co.'s distribution facility in LaVista, Neb. The system combines Lucas's Jennifer voice solution, bar-code scanning capabilities, and other technologies operating on Motorola MC9000-S mobile computers.