DALLAS, Texas — Techway Services, Inc. ( received the 2007 Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) Rising Star Award from the Women’s Business Council – Southwest (WBCS). The award was presented Jan. 23 at the WBCS’ 11th Annual Parade of Stars Awards Gala.

This particular award recognizes Techway Services, a rapidly growing and innovative women-owned business, as a company to watch on the national scene. Cathi Coan, President of Techway Services, was deeply moved by the award.

“Our involvement with the WBCS has been incredible. The support of other women-owned businesses, the WBCS’ incredible staff, and the interest of major corporations who champion diversity have all opened doors us,” Coan said. “The award also validates the work of our staff for expanding Techway’s computer recycling solutions and for bringing our innovative EBAN data destruction software to market. We look forward to becoming even more involved with the WBCS in the future.”

About Techway Services
Techway Services, Inc. is a leader in the growing onsite electronic data destruction market, and a nationally recognized provider of end-of-life (EOL) IT services for corporations, government entities, universities, and channel partners. Techway Services provides a full range of EOL services that include reverse logistics, computer remarketing, computer recycling, and electronic data destruction solutions.

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