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Industry:Telecom
Founded:1970
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Flash Technology's estimated annual revenue is currently $26M per year.
  • Flash Technology's estimated revenue per employee is $325,000

Employee Data

  • Flash Technology has 80 Employees.
  • Flash Technology grew their employee count by 4% last year.
  • Flash Technology currently has 14 job openings.
Competitor NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal Funding
Power & Telepho...
$114.7M353N/AN/A
Wildix
$63.4M195N/AN/A
Telforce Group ...
$11.1M3421%N/A
Equinox Informa...
$6.5M20N/AN/A
Flash Technolog...
$26M804%N/A
United Telephon...
$15.3M47N/AN/A
Centre of Excel...
$14M4339%N/A
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From our Franklin, TN facility, Flash Technology makes the world a safer place by offering FAA and FCC tower lighting solutions and the remote asset monitoring systems that support them. An OEM since 1970, we help clients mitigate risk and meet the day-to-day challenges of obstruction lighting operations. We offer a suite of support services: 24/7/365 monitoring, call center services and compliance/asset management through Flash NOC Component-level training with Flash University Warranty labor and field services Installation services

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$26M

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14

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