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DocuLynx ranked #689 on Inc. Magazine's 5000 list of fastest growing private businesses

Press release from the issuing company

DocuLynx, Inc., a full-spectrum provider of document archiving, retrieval and web presentment technologies, and business process solutions, announced today it has been named one of America's 5,000 fastest growing private companies for 2010 by Inc. Magazine. DocuLynx was ranked #689 on this year's Inc. 5000, with revenue from 2006 to 2009 growing 445 percent.
The Inc. 5000, which ranks privately held companies according to revenue growth, is widely regarded as the most prestigious indicator of growth among independent companies in the U.S. Information is verified by Inc. using tax forms and financial statements from certified public accountants.
"It is an extreme honor for DocuLynx to be on the Inc. 5000 list," said Terry Wieczorek, president and CEO of DocuLynx, Inc. "There continues to be increased demand for solutions that securely manage and support the archive, retrieval, and web presentment processes. Our dedication to developing a host of solutions that meet today's market demand and the support needed to implement them allows us to continue to achieve such exciting revenue growth."
Hosting over 44 billion client pages online, DocuLynx provides organizations in document-intensive industries including banking, financial, insurance, healthcare, telecom, service providers, and utilities, efficient, cost-effective ways to satisfy the requirements of their clients and ensure regulatory compliance.  DocuLynx offers a full-spectrum of document archiving, retrieval, web presentment technologies and business process solutions with an extensive portfolio of film, web, and CD archival services, and document management software products. The company also offers professional and systems integration services to assist organizations in the adoption of these technologies and ease the transition.
The Inc. 5000 boasts an impressive group of alumni, including Jamba Juice, E*Trade, Microsoft, and Oracle.