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November 29, 2010 - Article
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“We will far exceed them based on all of the new international, cloud and energy sales that we have had this year as they are bigger-ticket sales. As a result, we are increasing our goals for 2011." — Vince Bradley, president and CEO, World Telecom Group

“No, we are down 30 percent from last year’s numbers."  — Matt Duray, president and CEO, The Connect Group

"Yes, we are securing new contracts almost daily. We should finish the year with revenues 25 percent above where we started." — David Goodwin, co-founder, Advanced Technology Consulting Inc.

"Yes, estimated at 115% of plan." — Jeff Ponts, executive vice president, Datatel Solutions Inc.

“Absolutely. In fact, with the complete automation overlay that the company is undergoing, our recruiting efforts will really be taking off, so we expect tremendous growth. We are moving into many new areas and thus hiring and expanding more than in recent years." — Vince Bradley, president and CEO, World Telecom Group

"Yes, certainly above 2010 and, hopefully, over the 2009 sales."  — Matt Duray, president and CEO, The Connect Group

Absolutely. We have a lot in our pipeline, some are larger opportunities that should allow us to exceed 25 percent growth next year."  — David Goodwin, co-founder, Advanced Technology Consulting Inc.

“Yes, through a combination of lead generation and recruiting efforts." — Jeff Ponts, executive vice president, Datatel Solutions Inc.

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