World Synergy Awards and Recognitions
We are committed to being a premier integrated business solutions firm, and we are proud to be recognized both locally and nationally for our accomplishments.
Ohio Business Magazine
Ohio Business Magazine’s Best Workplaces in Ohio recognizes organizations in Ohio with competitive and strong company cultures, employee benefits structures, company employee-relations and community involvements, and supported memberships, achievements, and awards.
MSP Mentor (Nine Lives Media)
The MSP Mentor 501 report recognizes the top managed service providers in the world based on a range of metrics, including annual managed services revenue growth, revenue per employee, managed services offered and customer devices managed.
Graphic Design USA (GDUSA)
Graphic Design USA joins thousands of creative professionals who have been recognized by this national design competition. The competition honors outstanding new work of all kinds: specifically, visually strong ecommerce websites that provide ease of use and functionality to users.
Smart Business’s Cleveland Tech Awards recognize Northeast Ohio organizations that develop and/or implement impactful technology, and who demonstrate innovative business practices to remain on the cutting edge of technology.
Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management
The Weatherhead 100 award celebrates Northeast Ohio’s spirit of entrepreneurship and recognizes companies that exemplify innovative success in the region. The annual awards ceremony recognizes the region’s fastest-growing companies based on revenue from the past 5 years.
CIOReview’s 100 Most Promising Microsoft Solution Providers recognizes global providers of software, solutions and services focused on delivering a competitive advantage to customers through its partnership approach.
Crain’s Celeveland Business
Crain’s 52 Fastest-Growing Companies recognizes the entrepreneurial spirit, innovative business tactics and revenue growth of the fastest-growing companies in Northeast Ohio. Eligible companies have to be privately held, at least 5 years old, and located in Northeast Ohio. They must have posted at least $2 million in revenue and should not have experienced more than one year of declining revenue in the last five years.