IT MANAGEMENT (CONT)
•MOUNTAIN STATE SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS 2009 RANSON, W.VA.
CEO: Aaron Weikle, ms3-inc.com
Develops solution engineering and software
integration for both commercial and federal
73 4,244.5% $7.7M 42
IBOX GLOBAL 2008 ATLANTA
CEOS: Timothy Mercer and
LaSandra Brown, iboxg.com
and information-technology systems for
government agencies and businesses.
357 1,411.9% $16M 13
• •ASPIRENT 2012 ATLANTA CEO: Andrew Wells, aspirent.com
Handles business analytics, cloud-development and migration strategies,
and management consultling.
361 1,400% $11.7M 69
• THE PLOW GROUP
2012 BREN TWOOD, TENN.
CEO: Cameron Plato, plowgroup.com
Builds, delivers, and manages IT systems
focused on integration of people, processes,
375 1,318% $6.4M 19
AGILETRAILBLAZERS 2011 RES TON, VA.
CEO: Brian Barr, agiletrailblazers.com
Specializes in Agile software development
and training aimed at continuous business
396 1,254.1% $4.6M 28
•ANEXIO 1996 RALEIGH, N. C.
CEO: Anthony Pompliano, anexio.com
Operates as an infrastructure-as-a-service
company that o;ers cloud and managed
IT business services such as VoIP
399 1,250.3% $19M 33
TECSPLUS 2014 NE WARK, DEL.
CEOS: Vibert Sahadatalli and Lilma Jagnanan,
Delivers network monitoring, field services,
sta; augmentation, and I T training on a
418 1, 200.9% $3.3M 40
• TRINITY TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS 2008 GREENBELT, MD.
CEO: Bruce Lansdowne, trinitytp.com
Conducts network engineering, systems
and database administration, cybersecurity,
software development, and cloud and data
430 1, 161.3% $15.2M 34
TECH;KEYS 2009 LAKE WOOD, N. J.
CEO: Michael Fried, tech-keys.com
Provides network design, support, and
monitoring, as well as co-location hosting.
445 1, 144.4% $9.5M 45
2014 SUWANEE, GA.
CEO: Jawad Shaikh, avelead.com
Implements and advises on electronic
medical records systems focused on the
concept of a clinically driven revenue cycle.
496 1,028.9% $4.5M 32
• •BYTECUBED 2011 ARLINGTON, VA. CEO: Alexander Martinez, bytecubed.com
Analyzes data by using natural language
processing and machine learning to augment
183 2,352.8% $33.2M 135
RFMICRON 2006 AUSTIN
CEO: Shahriar Rokhsaz, rfmicron.com
Employs passive sensing for industrial applications such as predictive maintenance and
monitoring high-voltage electrical equipment.
233 2,039.6% $4.4M 20
ALLIED MISSION GROUP
2013 LEESBURG, VA.
CEO: Jay Kalath, alliedmission.com
Provides agile engineering, cybersecurity,
and infrastructure management and cloud
solutions to public- and private-sector clients.
283 1,724.9% $4.4M 20
ENQUERO 2014 MILPITAS, CALIF.
CEO: Arvinder Singh, enquero.com
Employs several platforms that enable
new digital capabilities, connect data, and
289 1,697.8% $30M 190
DIGITALONUS 2010 SAN JOSE, CALIF.
CEO: Surinder Chawla, digitalonus.com
Engages in software development and
managed services using partnership platforms
such as SAP and CloudBees.
291 1,670.4% $6M 123
LEVVEL 2013 CHARLOT TE, N. C.
CEOS: John Espey, levvel.io
Specializes in digital transformation, including
payment systems and app development,
through cloud, mobile, and domain expertise.
312 1,573.6% $17.2M 140
SHR CONSULTING GROUP 2012 SPRINGFIELD, VA.
CEO: Robert Sanchious, shrgroupllc.com
Designs and builds enterprise IT systems,
o;ering cloud services, hyperconverged
hardware platforms, and software-defined
474 1,064.5% $9.3M 46
•TRBHI 2012 ROCHES TER, MINN.
CEO: Karthi Narayanaswami, trbhi.com
Builds custom software and creates IT
solutions for clients in health care and other
485 1,044.5% $2.7M 22
STRATOSPHERE CONSULTING 2014 SACRAMENTO
CEO: Colin Campbell,
Provides case management consulting and
product development on the Pega platform.
488 1,043.5% $4.8M 22
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IT SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
Companies that create processes that enable their clients’ information
technology to perform to its capacity.
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WHAT HAS BEEN THE HARDEST THING SO
FAR ABOUT BEING A FOUNDER? “Finding the right leadership talent and time management.”
—JAY KALATH, Allied Mission Group
WHAT IS YOUR SINGLE MOST EFFECTIVE
TIME-MANAGEMENT OR PRODUCTIVITY PRACTICE?
“Just responding only to the things that I need to respond to.”
—JOHN ESPEY, Levvel