Park Place Technologies Named to Weatherhead 100 List

Data center maintenance provider ranks for 12th year as fastest growing companies in Northeast Ohio

November 30, 2018, CLEVELAND – Park Place Technologies, a leading provider of data center hardware maintenance, announced that it ranked #5 on Weatherhead 100’s 2018 Centurian Winners list of Ohio’s fastest-growing companies. This is the 12th year that Park Place has placed on the prestigious Case Western Reserve University list. The Centurion List consist of companies whose percentage of sales growth qualifies for the Weatherhead 100 in the past five years and net sales of $100 million or more in last year.

“This is a tremendous era of growth for Park Place,” said CEO and Chairman, Ed Kenty. “This is all due to strong organic sales growth and a strong acquisitions strategy. I’m proud to work with such a passionate team and am honored to receive the Weatherhead 100 recognition for the 12th year. 2019 will bring even more growth and investment for Park Place that will enable us to remain the leader in data center hardware maintenance.”

About Weatherhead School of Management

Established in 1988 by the Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management, the Weatherhead 100 List celebrates the top 100 privately-held companies in Northeast Ohio who experience fast growth in net sales over a five year period.

Park Place Technologies

Park Place Technologies has been the preferred partner for third party management of IT data center equipment since 1991, leveraging insights from its 17,000+ customers and servicing all tier-one OEM equipment. As a single source for award-winning data center hardware maintenance, storage and server monitoring (ParkView™), Network Performance Monitoring (Entuity Network Analytics), and Enterprise Operations Centers, Park Place Technologies simplifies the management of complex hybrid environments to maximize uptime, improve operational speed and accelerate business transformation. Park Place Technologies can be found in 58,000 data centers in more than 150 countries.