By WFN Strategies Press Release
August 16, 2017

STERLING, VIRGINIA –  For the third time, WFN Strategies has been named to Inc. Magazine’s 36th Annual Inc. 5000 list, recognizing it as one of the fastest-growing companies in America.

The Inc. 5000 ranks private companies by overall revenue growth over a three-year period and recognizes business achievement.  WFN Strategies, a leading submarine cable design and implementation company, overwhelmingly conformed to the requirements recognizing corporate Innovation, Growth, and Entrepreneurial Spirit.

“We are incredibly pleased to be selected once again to be included on the Inc. 5000 list,” said Wayne Nielsen, Managing Director of WFN Strategies.  “It speaks volumes to the quality and commitment of our people, as well as the exciting submarine cable projects and customers on three continents.

The Inc. 500 is an annual list of the 500 fastest-growing private companies in the United States, introduced in 1982. The Inc. 5000 is an expansion of the Inc. 500, which ranks the country's top 5000 fastest-growing private companies and features a special ranking of the top 10% of the list as the Inc. 500.


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About WFN Strategies

WFN Strategies ( designs, engineers and implements submarine optical cable systems for commercial, governmental and oil & gas clients, which have utilized repeatered and unrepeatered technologies, and have been transoceanic, regional, or festoon in scope. WFN Strategies’ ISO 9001 certified quality management system focuses on continuous improvement, customer satisfaction and the active involvement of both management and employees in a process based approach.  WFN Strategies has been involved with all aspects of implementing telecommunications systems and Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) – from feasibility studies through capital budgeting to engineering, purchasing, and installation to commissioning & testing, including the first-ever trans-oceanic systems in the Arctic, Atlantic, and Indian and Pacific Oceans, as well as regional and festoon systems in Southeast Asia, Northern Europe and the Americas.


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