TeleVox Software, a Mobile, Ala.-based provider of patient communication and messaging software applications, has announced that the company has been awarded the annual Large Technology Company of the Year award, presented by the Alabama Information Technology Association (AITA).
TeleVox beat out five other well-known Alabama companies in the Large
Technology Company category, for companies producing more than $15 million in annual revenue.
Adtran, Computer Programs and Systems, Emageon, Intergraph and Sungard also competed for the award. AITA announced finalists and winners at its AITA Leadership in Technology Awards banquet held Oct. 27.
AITA selected the winners based on their nomination forms, which detailed
the financial strength of their company and products, along with their
TeleVox, which has demonstrated strong financial success since its inception, saw revenues jump 105% from 2003 to 2005. The company projects $24 million in revenue for 2005.
TeleVox has received much recognition in the healthcare industry for its
overall success, appearing on the Healthcare Informatics Magazine's "Top 100 Companies by Revenue" list for the last two years.
"TeleVox was built upon two basic ideals: provide superior technology
solutions and do whatever it takes to give customers the best possible care," said TeleVox CEO Neil Armentrout.
"After 13 years and phenomenal growth, these same values still remain the focus of each TeleVox associate. The results are continual product innovations and a companywide customer-centric mentality."
Armentrout added that while his company's leaders maintain a focus on
improving products and customer care, they also foster a passionate sense of employee pride and a fun corporate culture.
"TeleVox is a family of 250 members who work together to achieve company goals," he said. "In addition to regular fun activities, we hold quarterly status meetings for all employees, where they share financial performance and provide motivational encouragement to help the company achieve its set goals."