Senspex Awarded New Mexico's Flying 40

June 19, 2013

For the 7th consecutive year, Senspex has been named among the New Mexico Flying 40. The Flying 40 is a selection of the top 40 revenue-generating technology companies in the state of New Mexico. The selection criteria are based on revenue and revenue growth.


To be eligible, a company must be headquartered in New Mexico with five or more employees, and generally regarded as a “technology” company. It may be engaged in research and development, technology consulting and services or the manufacture of products conceived and developed by the company. The firm may be publicly listed or privately owned, but cannot be a subsidiary of a company headquartered outside of New Mexico.




Left to right: Cynthia Reinhart (KPMG), Janelle Anthone (Senspex, Inc.), John Freisinger (TVC), Mike Murphy (Albuquerque Journal Business Outlook), Sherman McCorkle (Sandia Science and Technology Park Development Corporation), Greg Leyendecker (NM Bank and Trust)


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