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Trapp Corp is a US based technology company with 3 subsidiary entities, Trapp Online, Trapp Connect, and Trapp Tech. We provide managed IT services to customers all over the world.
What we do?
Trapp Corp through its subsidiaries provides services such as cloud infrastructure, managed application hosting, virtual server hosting, blended bandwidth solutions, smart buildings, and professional IT services.
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Trapp Corp provides service to thousands of customers all over the globe, including all 50 US states, all Canadian provinces and over 25 countires worldwide.
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Scottsdale, AZ. – August 21, 2014 – Scottsdale based Trapp Corp., a provider of IT, Internet, and cloud hosting solutions, is proud to announce it has debuted at number 294 on the 33rd annual Inc. 500 list of America’s fastest growing private companies. Trapp now shares a pedigree with Intuit, Zappos, Under Armour, Microsoft, Oracle, and other notable Inc. 500 alumni. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy — America’s independent entrepreneurs.
“This list represents much more than a plaque on our wall,” said David Trapp, CEO at Trapp Corp. “Making our Inc. 500 debut is the culmination of seven years’ worth of product development, rapid expansion to cater to our customers’ needs, and a dedication to outstanding service and support. I couldn’t be more proud to have walked alongside the Trapp team each step of the way.”
A Determined & Forward-Thinking Optimist
By Vicki Hogue-Davies
“In business, I think the difference between a success story and an almost success story comes down to making, executing and following through on decisions and never giving up,” says David Trapp, chief executive officer of Trapp Corp. in Scottsdale. “You have to have all of those components; none of them can be lacking.”
Trapp has written his own success story by living these leadership qualities. He opened his technology company Trapp Online, a cloud application hosting provider, seven years ago. Since that time the company has grown to include Trapp Connect, a blended bandwidth provider, and Trapp Tech, which is the professional services arm of the company. The company employs 23 people and Trapp expects employment to more than double by the end of the year. At the end of 2015, he predicts the company will have approximately 200 employees across its three complementary subsidiaries. This year, it is on track to rank in the top 200 on the Inc 500 list, which highlights the fastest growing companies in America.