Antares Management Solutions Repeats As Leading EDGE Award Winner

WESTLAKE, Ohio, June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second year in a row Antares Management Solutions is among regional companies recognized as a Leading EDGE Award winner.

Antares was among more than 1,000 middle market value-driven companies in competition for the 2008 Award.

The Leading EDGE awards are based on a number of factors, which include total compensation to Northeast Ohio employees, along with the amount of earnings before interest and taxes generated in the last three years. Other considerations include employee levels, contributions and employee time donated to company sponsored civic projects in Northeast Ohio.

"Winning this award again reinforces our commitment to being best-in-class in each and every way," said Ed Hartzell, Antares Chief Executive Officer. "The award also enhances the reputation not only of the company, but all of Antares' employees, suppliers and customers."

Sponsored by the Entrepreneurs EDGE, a nonprofit group based in Independence, The Leading EDGE Awards supports growth oriented middle-market companies. The award recognizes companies operating in a 17 county region of Northeast Ohio that have created substantial value through a combination of company earnings and employee compensation.

Antares Management Solutions is a market leader in providing Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and Information Technology Outsourcing (ITO) services to insurance and other industries. The company's state-of-the-art solutions allow clients to reduce costs and risk while concentrating on their core businesses. Headquartered in Westlake, Ohio, the company manages all aspects of insurance administration and offers integration, delivery and maintenance of information technology, all of which can be customized solutions. For more information, visit www.AntaresSolutions.com

SOURCE Antares Management Solutions

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