Recognition from the Washington Business Journal is a testament to our employees’ dedication to growing and serving our customers in the region and overseas.
Arlington, VA (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
Ideal Innovations, Inc. (I-3), a leader in biometric and forensic services, has announced its inclusion for the third consecutive year on the Washington Business Journal’s list of the 100 largest private companies in the DC area. I-3 is ranked as the 75th largest private company in the region, with $80.28 million in revenue in 2011.
“Our team is committed to meeting the needs of our customers, bringing jobs to the D.C. area, and developing and embracing new and innovative ideas,” said Bob Kocher, President and CEO of Ideal Innovations. “Recognition from the Washington Business Journal is a testament to our employees’ dedication to growing and serving our customers in the region and overseas.”
The company is recognized in this week’s issue of the Washington Business Journal and will be featured in their annual Book of Lists publication in December. Topping the list is Mars, Inc. with $30 billion in 2011 revenue. After manufacturing, government contracting is the second highest earning industry on the list at 19 percent of total private company revenue.
I-3 is a veteran-owned firm that offers progressive technological, scientific, managerial and security solutions, with a specialization in biometrics, forensics, integrated force protection and access control. For more information about the company’s services, visit http://www.idealinnovations.com.