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[August 26, 2013]

IMCORP Recognized by Inc. Magazine as the Fastest Growing Private Engineering Firm in New England

MANCHESTER, Conn., Aug. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- IMCORP, the global provider of the Factory GradeSM test for power cable systems, is pleased to announce their fifth consecutive year being ranked as one of the fastest growing U.S. companies by Inc. Magazine.

(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130826/NE68723LOGO) According to Inc. Magazine, "The Inc. 5000 was harder to get into this year than ever in its history." IMCORP has also proudly joined the ranks of Inc. Magazine's Honor Roll, the select set of companies recognized for five or more consecutive years. Not only has IMCORP continually posted notable performance, it has now achieved a leadership position as the fastest growing engineering firm in all of New England.

Sustained growth of this caliber requires a constant commitment to excellence. According to Bruce Broussard, President of IMCORP, "Our clients are the leaders in their respective industries. They require precise and timely cable system reliability information to meet the demands of the smart grid economy. The IMCORP team has worked diligently to develop robust scalable solutions and business processes to exceed the expectations of our clients. The recognition by Inc. Magazine as an Honor Roll member is testimony that we are delivering exceptional value and customer satisfaction." About IMCORP: IMCORP is the technology leader in underground power cable reliability. Our diagnostic technology locates existing cable system defects and determines future cable reliability. This performance-driven solution provides the most effective and efficient means to determine the reliability of new or aged cable systems. IMCORP's Factory GradeSM test, bringing the cable and accessory manufacturers quality standards to the field, has enabled rapid growth across industries and around the world. From single phase 5kV to 3 phase 500kV, IMCORP is setting the standard in cable system reliability. Find out more at www.imcorp.com.

For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact:Alex Kniffin860.873.8000alex.kniffin@imcorp.com SOURCE IMCORP http://rt.prnewswire.com/rt.gif?NewsItemId=NE68723&Transmission_Id=201308260506PR_NEWS_USPR_____NE68723&DateId=20130826

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