OAKLAND, Calif., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Xantrion Inc., a leading provider of personalized IT services for small and midsized companies in the San Francisco Bay Area, has been recognized as one of the San Francisco Business Times 2010 "Top 100 Women-Owned Businesses." Xantrion's 2009 revenues of $5.054 million placed it at number 57 on the list.
The Business Times announced the list on September 24 at an awards luncheon at the Hilton San Francisco and published it in its September 29, 2010 issue.
"I feel fortunate to lead a successful company, especially in IT, which tends to be a very male-dominated field," said Anne Bisagno, president and co-founder of Xantrion. "I attribute our success to our talented team of professionals and our core values: that clients are our reason for being and that if we have the right team, our clients will be well taken care of."
The San Francisco Business Times partners with PriceWaterhouseCoopers to research privately held businesses headquartered in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties, ranking them by criteria such as revenues, ownership, and growth. In addition to the Top 100 Women-Owned Businesses list, Xantrion also made the business journal's 2010 list of fastest-growing private companies in the Bay Area.
About Xantrion Inc.
Xantrion delivers personalized IT services to small and midsized companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. The company's consultative approach, 24/7 help desk, fixed fees, and 99.95% average system availability make it a dependable partner for both one-time projects and ongoing IT support, with a portfolio of services ranging from computer network design to full-service hosting. To learn more, visit Xantrion.com.
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