Leading Services Provider and Technology Integrator MicroTech ranks No. 1 in revenue on Washington Technology's Fast 50 List with an impressive $330 million increase in revenue since 2007. Despite the slow economy, the fast growing IT company's continual progression has led to its fourth consecutive appearance on this prestigious list.
Washington Technology's Fast 50 ranks small companies participating in the government market. What separates the fast growing businesses from the rest is their compounded annual growth rate for the past five years. MicroTech's annual growth rate is at 129.4 percent. Last year, MicroTech presided as No. 5 on the Top 50 list with 196.09 percent annual growth.
President and CEO of MicroTech, Tony Jimenez credits the company's sustainment to its constant expansion of technology. In a Washington Business Journal article about technology contractors' struggle with dwindling Federal dollars, Jimenez explained his strategy of reinvesting in MicroTech. He said, "It's a common process of bootstrapping -- continue one area of business, but spend profits to expand into another."
MicroTech invested in its own design and development in the future of cloud computing. Their MicroKloud product line features four different portable data bases. MicroTech won the Army Private Cloud Mobile Contract (APC2), setting the benchmark for the company's cloud computing capabilities. MicroTech's continued growth and relevance is noted by this latest Fast 50 listing to which MicroTech ranks as No. 17 overall amongst the Top 50 in the entire United States.
"We are honored to be recognized as No.1 in Revenue and as one of Washington D.C.'s Fast 50 companies for the fourth consecutive year," said Jimenez. "MicroTech's success in growing as a business can be contributed to continually staying on the cutting edge and developing solutions before clients know they need them," Jimenez said.
MicroTech provides Technology Services, Network Systems Integration, Product Solutions, Cloud Computing, Unified Communications & Collaboration, Cyber Security, Mobility, and Social Media Solutions to commercial enterprises, along with the public sector -- managing more than half-a-million technology users daily. A prime contractor of over 100 Federal projects and more-than-25 procurement vehicles, MicroTech offers access to 2500 vendors and a million technology products and services across the government.
To be eligible for Washington Technology's Fast 50 List, a company must either be a small business, in the 8(a) program, or be a service-disabled veteran-owned company.
About MicroTechMicroTech is a certified and verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) and delivers robust process-driven performance for mission success. MicroTech applies its regimented process, enterprise IT experience, and state-of-the-art engineering solutions to integrate different technologies and create proven results that can respond to your strategic needs. MicroTech is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, EMC Velocity Partner, Cisco Gold Partner, CA Federal Solution Provider Gold Partner, HP Public Sector Federal Specialist Partner, Dell Certified Partner, Symantec Managed Services Partner, VMware Enterprise Partner, Autonomy Value Added Partner, Adobe Solutions Partner, Citrix Silver Solution Advisor, Oracle Silver Partner, and IBM Business Partner. MicroTech is the Hispanic Business Magazine No. 1 Fastest-Growing Hispanic-Owned Business (2009-2011); CRN Magazine No. 1 Fastest Growing Solutions Provider in the U.S., and the National "Public Sector Integrator of the Year;" a 2011 Red Herring Global Top 100 Technology Innovator, and on the Deloitte 2011 Tech Fast 500, the No. 1 Fastest Growing Private Communications / Networking Company in the Washington DC Metro area. ISO 20000 and ISO 9001:2008 certified, CMMI Maturity Level 3 rated, and ITIL management qualified, MicroTech is headquartered just outside the Nation's Capital in Vienna, Virginia, with key offices throughout the U.S. Visit www.MicroTech.net for more information.
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