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SusQtech Shatters Revenue & Growth Records

SusQtech, the association and non-profit industry’s leading provider of SharePoint solutions, support and training, today announced record-breaking revenues and growth for the first two quarters of 2012.

The firm reported a revenue increase of 21 percent in Q1/Q2 and a 30 percent increase in the acquisition of new customer accounts. SusQtech increased staff along all business lines, doubled its office space in downtown Chicago and is currently negotiating terms for a new office location in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia. SusQtech’s main office, in Winchester, Virginia is already at capacity.

Recently signed customers include the American Heart Association, the World Wildlife Fund, the Ocean Conservancy, The World Bank, Share our Strength and World Vision.

According to SusQtech’s President, Rob Hustick, the current pace of SusQtech’s growth is expected to increase throughout the next 12-24 months. “The market response to our new training and support offerings has been extremely positive,” said Hustick. “Our next step is to aggressively expand those offerings in Q3 and Q4 and to capitalize on the dramatic spike in adoption of the SharePoint platform by a whole new group of customers eager to revolutionize how they connect people, processes, and information.”

According to Jim LaRocca, Executive Vice President of Business Development at SusQtech, there’s already a tremendous level of excitement surrounding SharePoint’s next release, SharePoint 15, which is scheduled to launch in Q4 of this year.

“We expect to see much more advanced mobile support in SharePoint 15, along with a full SharePoint app marketplace, a more cloud-friendly architecture and significantly improved social networking interfaces – all elements that the industry has been asking for,” said LaRocca. “We anticipate adoption of SharePoint 15 to spur aggressive growth and increased revenue for SusQtech through at least 2013.”

About SusQtech

A twelve-time Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and a leading SharePoint Implementation Expert Serving the Association and Non Profit Industry since its inception in 1995, SusQtech currently serves more than 200 Association/Non Profit Customers including American Gas Association, AARP, National Defense Industrial Association, ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership and many others. For a complete look at SusQtech’s consulting, support and training offerings, visit www.SusQtech.com.

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