N.C. Technology Association names Parameter Generation & Control as tech/innovation award finalist

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From Parameter Generation & Control
Parameter Generation & Control has been named a finalist in the 21 Awards sponsored by the N.C. Technology Association.

The NCTA 21 Awards are recognized as North Carolina’s largest and most prestigious awards devoted to celebrating high-tech innovation and excellence throughout the state. The annual showcase honors 21 companies and individuals who represent the best and brightest in technology and business.

Parameter is one of six finalists named in the “small company” category, which recognizes a small technology company for product innovation, market penetration, sales growth and employment expansion. Winners of the NCTA 21 Awards will be announced during a gala event on Nov. 8.

“For Parameter to be recognized for our product innovation and growth along with some of the most well-known and respected high-tech companies in North Carolina is very gratifying,” said Clay Hile, president and CEO. “This honor belongs to our employees, who are constantly pushing forward new ideas that will better serve our customers.”

Parameter is an internationally respected innovator and manufacturer of precise stability storage products. Known for their dependability, Parameter products continually surpass industry expectations with their technologically advanced energy conservation.

The company also provides state-of-the-art, off-site contract stability storage rooms and chambers, as well as complete laboratory, equipment and facility validation services.

Currently, Parameter is protecting items such as the Gutenberg Bible and the Gettysburg Address at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

In May, Parameter began expanding its headquarters and manufacturing facility by 42 percent to accommodate new employees and to meet increased demand for its equipment. To learn more, visit http://www.humiditycontrol.com.

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