ST. LOUIS, MO -- April 4, 2014 -- ThrottleNet, a fast growing IT firm based in St. Louis, MO has been named one of the top local companies for reliability by St. Louis Small Business Monthly, a magazine providing business ideas, strategies and insights for CEOs, CFOs, presidents, owners and other top executives  to help them grow their companies.

The firm is one of just 25 area companies receiving this recognition. The winning companies are selected from nominations and comments from clients. The full list of businesses receiving this acknowledgement appears in the publication’s April, 2014 edition.

“ThrottleNet prides itself on following through with our commitments and promises to provide the best service possible,” said Mike Heil, Partner. “The significance of this recognition is that the nominations and selections are based on the feedback of our customers. We are grateful for their support and will continue to strive to provide our clients with the most reliable service above and beyond expectations. ”

ThrottleNet specializes in outsourced IT through Managed Network Services (MNS). The firm specializes in these services as well as other aspects of MNS including Virtual CIO, Managed Back-up, Cloud Computing, Mobile Apps, hardware and more.

ThrottleNet, Inc. was founded in 1999 by Partners, George Rosenthal, Michael Heil, and Marc Arbesman. The firm has offices in St. Louis and Salem (Boston) MA. ThrottleNet has won multiple awards, received recognition as a Top 20 IT Firm by Small Business Monthly, and named one of the Largest Information Technology Consulting Firms by the St. Louis Business Journal, among other accolades. ThrottleNet Inc. offers an array of technology services and products to help business owners achieve their corporate goals and accelerate business growth. These include cloud computing, custom software and mobile application development, and outsourced Managed Network Services which helps companies improve their technology uptime and IT capabilities while, at the same time, reduces costs. To learn how to accelerate your IT visit ThrottleNet online at