Starhome has announced that it has been named a finalist in the Red Herring 2011 Top 100 Global Award.

Eitan Achlow, CEO at Starhome commented: "We are delighted that Starhome has again been selected as a Global Red Herring 100 finalist. With over 1000 influential companies vying for this award from all corners of industry, competition is tough. Starhome is a very dynamic and motivated company, and we will not rest on our laurels. We invest heavily in R&D to develop new innovative products and solutions to serve the roaming industry.” Mr. Achlow continued: “Our goal is to identify new market trends and follow through with new offerings aimed at keeping our customers one step ahead.”
Red Herring’s list of top private companies is an important part of the publication’s tradition of identifying new and innovative technology companies and entrepreneurs.

“Technology companies are becoming the bright spot in the economic outlook based on their increasing role within macro-economic environments,” stated Alex Vieux, Chairman of Red Herring. “2011 has confirmed the sector's vibrant activity and its resilience to widespread economic problems. An unprecedented number of entrepreneurs are attempting to jump ahead of the competition and aspire to make a difference. Breakthroughs obsolete each other faster than ever before. Starhome has performed exceptionally in its field and strongly deserves to be singled out as one of the Red Herring Global Finalists. At this stage, we are left with the daunting task to select the best qualified companies for the 2011 Top 100 Global Award."

Finalists for the Red Herring 2011 Top 100 Global Award are selected based upon their technological innovation, management strength, market size, investor record, customer acquisition, and financial health. During the several months leading up to the announcement, thousands of companies in the telecommunications, security, Web 2.0, software, hardware, biotech, mobile and other industries completed their submissions to qualify for the award.

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Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor

November 23, 2011