Company Recognized for the Fourth Consecutive Year on 2016 List Based on Number of Employees in the Metro DC Area
McLean, VA (April 3, 2016) – HumanTouch, LLC, a global leader in cloud and on-premise solutions that maximize visibility and strategic insight into business operations, today announced that the Washington Business Journal has recognized the company as a “Top Government Technology Contractor.” The list was published in the April 1 issue and is based on the number of employees in the DC-metro area.
Growth can be attributed to the company’s consistent track record of providing best-in-class IT support as well as its focus on delivering enterprise-wide applications via Platform-as-a-Service and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), thus enabling agencies to meet their missions faster and more cost effectively. In the past 12 months HumanTouch has won contracts with numerous agencies and military branches to include the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC). In support of these contract wins, and a broader portfolio of service and solution offerings, the company has seen a 25 percent growth in headcount as well as the opening of new offices in Quantico, VA and Atlanta, GA.
“Government organizations continue to battle with budget constraints yet are being asked to deliver more to their various constituents, internally or externally. While the government has been tasked with this for a number of years most in the government contracting community are not changing their approach to delivering IT services and solutions. This is how HumanTouch is different,” said Moe Jafari, President and CEO of HumanTouch. We bring a customer-centric approach and try and put ourselves in our customer’s shoes. PaaS and SaaS allow us to deliver the solutions they need, and within or under budget, while achieving enormous return-on-investment. We feel it is our responsibility to help the government achieve new ways to reduce the cost and complexity of IT solutions.”