Outsource Manufacturing – Made in San Diego is winner at Tech America High Tech Awards

Posted: November 03, 2011 by Lance McCann in: Blog Posts

SAN DIEGO, Calif., November 1, 2011. Outsource Manufacturing – Made In San Diego, announced today that it was awarded Tech America’s prestigious High Tech Award for Contract Services at the 18th Annual Tech America High Tech Awards. As the leading voice representing the U.S. technology industry, TechAmerica takes pride in recognizing outstanding regional companies at its annual awards ceremony.

Ted Fogliani, CEO of Outsource Manufacturing – Made In San Diego, commented,
“Outsource is committed to San Diego, and especially to the High Tech industry. Our employees work hard to be a good supplier and a good partner with our customers, and this recognition is one sign that we are achieving our goal of Extraordinary Performance. Tech American does a lot for the local business environment and we appreciate their recognizing us, as well as the other nominees and finalists. Outsource Manufacturing – Made In San Diego is proud to be in the San Diego community and we hope this award helps to get the word out that manufacturing does exist in San Diego.”

This year numerous local San Diego companies were nominated for their technological or business innovation; exceptional products or service; product marketplace validation; perseverance in the face of adversity; and community involvement for consideration in nine categories, including Software; Internet and Web Commerce; Computers and Related Products; Communications Products and Services; SaaS/Cloud; Semiconductors & Analytical Instrumentation; Clean Technology; IT Service/Contract Services; and Outstanding Emerging Growth.

“This year, we received an overwhelming amount of nominations from some tremendous companies,” said Kevin Carroll, regional vice president, TechAmerica. “The plethora of nominations is not only a testament to the individual companies, but to the rapidly growing San Diego High-Tech community. Selecting the winners will certainly not be an easy task.”

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