Multi-Tech Systems Ranks Among Top Women-Owned Companies in Twin Cities

Multi-Tech Systems made the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal’s 2012 Top 25 Women-owned Businesses list, announced in the May 25 issue. Ranked 6th among well-known international companies, like Carlson Cos. and Smead Manufacturing, Multi-Tech Systems is one of only a few women-led technology companies on this list.

Patricia Sharma, President and CEO, is committed to strategic business development programs to continue growth in the M2M (machine-to-machine) industry, an exploding market. Founded 42 years ago and having enabled the deployment of more than 20 million devices worldwide, Multi-Tech Systems delivers industry-leading communications solutions, such as cellular modems, gateways and routers. The company also provides services to help customers achieve the shortest path to M2M connectivity – from concept to implementation.

“Pat Sharma has created an environment that drives innovation. As a family business, the culture fosters growth and is able to nimbly meet customer needs,” said Mike Gustafson, vice president of marketing. “Our communications solutions deliver tremendous business value, so it’s an exciting industry in which to be immersed.”

As a certified Women’s Business Enterprise, Multi-Tech Systems is a resource for the more than 700 U.S. companies and government agencies that rely on WBENC's certification as an integral part of their supplier diversity programs.

Companies wanting to learn more about Multi-Tech or the benefits of M2M are invited to register to attend a free webinar hosted by Multi-Tech experts: M2M 101. Attendees will learn how to implement a solution to enable real-time communications, while gaining the intelligence necessary to make better decisions faster.


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