Dynamic Network Services Incorporated is the latest company to announce its listing on the new Inc. 5000 list. This add-on to the Inc. 500 list is for companies that have seen stellar growth during the past several years.
The 2007 Inc. 5000 list measures revenue growth of companies from 2003 through 2006. In order to qualify, companies need to be U.S.-based, privately-held and independent (not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies) as of December 31, 2006. Additionally, they should also have had at least $200,000 in revenues in 2003, and $2 million in 2006.
Dynamic Network Services announced a growth of 208.7% since 2003, which has earned the company a listing in Inc. 5000's "Top Companies in Telecommunications" category. DNS
Inc. has been listed 73rd on the national level and the 11th overall in New Hampshire. Founded in 2001, the company presently has 17 employees at its Manchester headquarters, from where it operates its networks on three continents.
Dynamic Network Services Incorporated was initially formed in 1998 as a free service to the Perl community. Since then, the company has witnessed a steady growth. Dynamic Network Services presently has more than two million users, ranging from home enthusiasts to Fortune 500 corporations. The company has focused on offering each and every one of its customers the same level of engineering excellence. With the help of its unique, highly redundant infrastructure, Dynamic Network Service offers exemplary services that are extremely reliable. The infrastructure of the company processes about 500 million DNS queries a day.
Tom Daly, the president of the company, owes the success of the company to its patrons. In 2006, the revenue of the company was US$ 3.1 million and it is moving at a fast pace to challenge its competitors in the fast-paced industry. Tom had stressed on the company’s high dependence on word-of-mouth and the establishment of a genuine relationship of trust with its customers.
"Our clients rock," Jeremy Hitchcock, CFO and CEO, was quoted as saying in the report. "From our high-profile supporters like CNN, Subway and Bodum to the millions of small businesses and home users who entrust us with their data, our user base spans all sizes and requirements. It is an honor to serve such a diverse and active community."
The company had recently launched Dynect, its enterprise-focused offering, and strengthened its DynDNS.com brand in order to commemorate the tenth anniversary of its inception. DNS Inc. offers innovative services in its three key areas of expertise: Domain Name Service, Domain Name Registration and email processing.
"A lot more is to come" both the leaders had added. Apparently, this statement was directed at the expansion of the company’s infrastructure and its increased focus on consumer privacy and security in the digital age.
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