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It is certainly better to give than receive, however ParetoLogic has been doing both lately.
ParetoLogic was honoured to be included in the 2010 edition of the Branham300, a ranking of Canada's top information technology companies as judged by revenue and growth. The online security and PC optimization software specialist is also a finalist in two categories for the Vancouver Island Advanced Technology Centre (VIATeC) Technology Awards, which will be announced this month. ParetoLogic has enjoyed its success, but the company is also quick to give back and support worthy causes. It has been involved with a number of charity efforts as of late.
The Branham300 listing includes successful Canadian companies, but also large multinationals such as Microsoft, IBM and Oracle. ParetoLogic moved up more than 35 spots to earn an 89th overall placing.
"We are very pleased with the improvement of our rankings on the Branham 300 and just to be included with this outstanding group of successful companies," said Don Wharton, ParetoLogic's Chief Operating Officer and a Co-founder. "While we are honoured by this recognition, ParetoLogic will not rest on its laurels. Be on the outlook for some exciting initiatives from us in the coming year."
ParetoLogic also placed well in several Branham300 subcategories: the company debuted at 22nd on the Top Software Companies list and moved up to fifth place among Top Security Companies. The company also was seventh on the Movers and Shakers list, acknowledging both its growth and potential.
ParetoLogic succeeded in 2009 due to several different efforts. Established software, such as RegCure Registry Cleaner, continued to be popular, and the top-selling XoftSpySE Anti-Spyware underwent an exciting revamp. ParetoLogic also launched DriverCure, an innovative product that takes the mystery and frustration out of finding and updating device drivers. Also in 2009, ParetoLogic made several of their products Windows 7 compatible.
As well as the Branham300 rankings, the company was pleased to be honoured as a finalist for the VIATeC Technology Awards. ParetoLogic earned its recognition in the Online Strategy of the Year and Team of the Year categories. In the latter, the Business Operations team was nominated. This unique squad of professionals from various areas allows ParetoLogic to respond to the marketplace to deliver the products and services that computer users need.
As Wharton indicated, ParetoLogic doesn't plan to stop striving for success. The company has a lot going on in 2010, including releasing the ultimate computer optimization utility, PC Health Advisor, this month.
Pareto helps out
ParetoLogic's commitment to success is carried over to the company's desire to help when it can.
For example, ParetoLogic recently helped raise funds for University of Victoria student Ruth Fernandes to travel to Rwanda with Developing World Connections. For a month, Fernandes and about 19 others will work with local people to build schools, community centres and vital infrastructure. ParetoLogic raised funds via an art auction. About $600 was raised by staff with the company executives matching it to donate a total of $1,200.
In May, ParetoLogic employees dug up old cell phones. These devices – working or not – were donated to Food Bank Canada's Phones For Food campaign. The phones that can be refurbished are fixed up and sold to raise funds for food banks.
ParetoLogic is also gearing up for its annual participation in the Heart and Stroke Foundation's Big Bike Ride. Last June, ParetoLogic raised $3,600 before powering the one-ton bike around the streets of Victoria, B.C. This year, they're hoping to raise even more.
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