TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 2, 2013) - SelectCore Ltd. ("SelectCore" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:SCG) a leader in prepaid payment solutions, is pleased to announce that it has been recognized on the 2013 Branham300 ranking of Canadian information and communication technology companies.
This is the second consecutive year that SelectCore has ranked in the Top 250 Canadian ICT Companies and Top 25 Canadian ICT Hardware and Infrastructure Companies.
The Branham300 is the most comprehensive listing of the top publicly traded and privately held organizations operating in the Canadian Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry.
"This is yet another exciting milestone for SelectCore and we are delighted to be recognized by the Branham300 again this year." Commented Keith McKenzie, President of SelectCore.
SelectCore Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:SCG) is a pioneer and leader in prepaid payment solutions for underserved markets. Founded in 1999, the Company offers a range of prepaid products and services from stored-value cards to mobile top-up that provide financial empowerment to a market of millions of under-banked consumers. SelectCore has been ranked among Canada's fastest growing companies by Profit Magazine four times in the past six years and was included in the 2011 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 list of North America's fastest-growing technology companies.
About the Branham300
For 20 years now, the Branham300 has highlighted the top Canadian and Multinational ICT companies operating in Canada, as ranked by revenues. It illustrates the depth and breadth of innovative technologies developed in Canada and is widely considered to be a leading source of intelligence on Canada's ICT industry. The Branham300 list consists of the following major categories:
- Top 250 Canadian ICT Companies
- The Next 50 Canadian ICT Companies
- Top 25 ICT Multinational Companies operating in Canada
- Top 25 Up and Comer ICT Companies (category ranked on innovation/not revenue)
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