Account Control Technology, Inc. (ACT) has again been recognized as one of America’s 5000 fastest growing private companies by Inc. magazine, which marks the company’s sixth consecutive year on the list. This year, ACT earned position #2675 for achieving 88.46% growth between 2008 and 2011.

ACT was first honored by Inc. magazine in August 2007, the year the list was expanded from 500 to include the top 5000 companies. Since then, ACT’s continued ranking demonstrates the company is still executing its growth strategy. In the last twelve months, ACT has experienced several exciting developments indicative of the company’s success.

“I am tremendously proud of our sixth year on the Inc. 5000,” says Dale Van Dellen, ACT’s Chairman of the Board. “Our results have always been driven by our people, and I am thrilled to announce that we are putting together the team to take the company to the next level. We have recently hired a CEO for ACT: Nabil Kabbani, and he has already made some key executive appointments by hiring Sameer Maini, CIO; and Ron Roonzani, Director of Business Development.”

In addition, the opening of a new 30,000 sq. ft. Eastern Time zone call center in Mason, Ohio expanded ACT’s nationwide presence and provides space for more than 300 additional staff members. ACT is also investing heavily in system upgrades to fuel further growth. The new additions to ACT’s leadership and continued investment in infrastructure and technology are a critical component of the strategy to build long-term sustainable growth at ACT.

Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including ACT’s profile can be found at

Account Control Technology, Inc. (ACT) is recognized as one of the fastest growing private companies by Inc. 5000 and is a national leader in debt management solutions for government, financial, education, and consumer entities. ACT is a private corporation with 550+ employees in four office locations: Canoga Park, California; Bakersfield, California; San Angelo, Texas; and Mason, Ohio.

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