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A Fort Worth-based company was selected as one of the honorees of the 2019 Aggie 100.

IT solutions provider TriQuest Technologies was ranked 67 on Aggie 100 list, which ranks the fast-growing companies owned or operated by a Texas A&M University student or alumni.

The university’s Mays Business School’s McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship announced the honorees at a private event held at the Kyle Field in College Station on Oct. 25.

Founded in 1997, TriQuest Technologies is the only Fort Worth-based company on the list. The company had a 39.77% growth for the year.

“As an IT firm, most of what we do is unseen by the customer,” TriQuest Technologies CEO Gary Tonniges said. “Doing what is right, every time, is the definition of integrity.”

TriQuest Technologies had also won the Fort Worth Small Business of the Year award in 2001 and 2002.

“Knowing how each member company of the Class of 2019 has overcome their own adversities to reach astounding levels of growth and prosperity,” Blake Petty, director of the McFerrin Center said in a press release, “we dedicate this significant milestone to the excellence exhibited by our newest additions to the Aggie 100 family.”

SIA Solutions, LLC of Houston was ranked number one in the Aggie 100 list.

Irving-based Walker Engineering was honored with the Summit Award.



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