Chicago, IL, January 11th, 2007: Zak Boca, co-founder of Chicago-based managed server provider, MidPhase, was just selected as one of the Inc. Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Entrepreneurs of the Year for 2006. Boca, 23, is also the CEO and founder of SingleHop, a dedicated managed server provider.
Boca and his partner, Dan Ushman, started midPhase in 2003 in a college dorm room with two credit cards. The company is currently grossing five million dollars a year and has 30 employees. .
“2006 marks a year of explosive growth for us. I wasn’t expecting to be selected for this list however, and it’s certainly an honor and an asset for business credentialing,” says Zak Boca, president of SingleHop.
A total of 13 readers’ favorite entrepreneurs were selected and showcased. The winners can be found at:
About SingleHop, Inc.
SingleHop is the industry’s first fully transparent managed dedicated server ISP. Located in Chicago, IL, SingleHop was formed to deliver low cost managed IT services for the small to medium enterprises from a central Midwest hub location. The company has capacity for over 2000 servers in one datacenter, with a network powered entirely by Cisco. www.singlehop.com