Custom Manufacturing & Engineering™
recognized as small to mid-size tech business of the year
St Petersburg , Florida , June 24, 2004.
Tampa Bay high technology business owner and president of Custom Manufacturing & Engineering™ (CME™), Dr. Nancy P. Crews, along with several of her staff received another recognition for her company's technology developments and achievements.
Last week, the Tampa Bay Technology Forum presented its first Technology Industry Achievement Awards Show in Tampa Monday night, presenting honors in six categories. Nearly 350 people gathered to celebrate local technology company success stories at the Hyatt Regency Tampa. CME was selected as the winner of the Small to Mid-Size Company of the Year.
CME was recognized for significant and continuing growth in 2003 and 2004 along with product development accomplishments in two main areas:
1) Intelligent Power Management product and technology developments for defense and industrial electrical power and energy conservation applications.
2) Advanced Surveillance Sensor and Networking products for government and non-government applications in physical security, force protection, and unattended surveillance and intelligence monitoring applications.
A panel of judges selected winners from Tampa Bay area businesses. the judges were: Manny Fernandez, SI Ventures; Bill Habermeyer, Progress Energy; Rhea Law, Fowler White Boggs Banker; Linda Marcelli, Merrill Lynch; Dr. Ian Phillips, USF; Steve Raymund, Tech Data; Stu Rogel, Tampa Bay Partnership; and Kim Scheeler, Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce. Sponsors of the first ever Industry Achievement Awards included The Florida High Tech Corridor Council, the Tampa Bay Partnership, Akerman Senterfitt and Princeton Information sponsored the first ever Industry Achievement Awards.