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netXccel Recognized Among the Fastest Growing Firms

11-30-2006 11:52 AM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: netXccel Inc

/ PR Agency: Round2 Communications

Washington, D.C., (November 14, 2006) – Minority Enterprise Advocate Magazine (MEA) recognized netXccel as one of the 100 Fastest Growing companies during its first annual awards gala. The magazine bestowed the award to netXccel chief, Gaurav Pal, at the award ceremony held at H2O restaurant in the nation’s capital. The award recognizes the rapidly emerging popularity of netXccel’s fedXccel website, which provides highly sought-after information on available federal contracts and intelligence on future spending.

“This type of recognition underscores how important timely federal spending information is to many small and medium businesses serving our government,” said Pal. “We’re thrilled to be among the great companies on MEA Magazine’s Top 100 list.”

Minority Enterprise Advocate Magazine (MEA), a national publication of the Minority Business & Professionals Network, addresses issues as they affect minority enterprises. The publication is the voice of small and minority businesses, a rapidly growing business segment and one of the driving forces of the U.S. economy. MEA Magazine is showcasing and celebrating these dynamic, innovative businesses during this gala. Firms recognized came from a variety industries, including information technology, telecommunications, manufacturing, architecture, engineering, transportation, healthcare, financial services, communications and international trade.

“Small/minority businesses are growing rapidly and are the driving force of the U.S. economy,” said MEA magazine in a statement. “Therefore minority enterprises are a national priority and should be applauded.”


For more information on netXccel and the MEA Magazine Top 100 Fastest Growing Company List, visit

netXccel Inc.,
20 Case Street,
Gaithersburg, MD 20878

For more information contact
Bill Geibler at 410.327.0007 x1247
Round2 Communications

netXccel Inc provides front-line sales solutions to the public sector market. fedXccel - the flagship product for the federal market - is an online service that helps private firms find and win federal contracts. The system provides an easy and affordable way to find early information on federal procurements, identify buyers in agencies and grow by managing the entire sales process in a single system.

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