Artemis, a Melbourne-based information technology company, was recently awarded the GrowFL economic development program’s CEO Nexus Cup.
The CEO Nexus Cup is a traveling trophy and member-recognition award, lauding those companies that have achieved significant entrepreneurial success. Artemis doubled its business over the last three years and was named, Innovative Company of the Year by the Economic Development Commission (EDC) of Florida’s Space Coast.
Artemis specializes in providing technical support and networking solutions to the healthcare, non-profit, and professional services industries. The company’s areas of expertise include both cloud computing infrastructure and on-premises technology infrastructure.
The company’s president, Travis Proctor, was recognized by Florida Governor Rick Scott as one of Florida’s top young entrepreneurs in 2012.
“When a company doubles its business over the course of three short years, you can’t help but take notice,” said Tom O’Neal, executive director of GrowFL and associate vice president for UCF’s Office of Research and Commercialization. “Travis Proctor is an astute entrepreneur leading an exceptional team of professionals. We look forward to seeing what else the future holds as the company continues along its path of expansion and growth.”
Source: Florida Today