ThunderCat Technology Joins Washington Technology Fast 50 List

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List ranks 50 fastest growing small businesses in government contracting.

In 5 years we have built the strongest team possible, our strategy of hiring the best of the best has allowed us continuous growth and industry recognition. - CEO, Tom Deierlein

ThunderCat Technology, a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business that delivers technology services and solutions to the federal government, announced today that it has been named to Washington Technology’s Fast 50 list, which represents the fastest growing small businesses in the government contracting market.

The winners were chosen based on their compound annual growth rate from 2008 through 2012. This is ThunderCat’s first appearance on the list, ranking No.32. ThunderCat’s revenues rose to over $200 million, and the company achieved a compound annual growth rate of 65.45 percent over the past five years.

“In five years we have built the strongest team possible; our strategy of hiring the best of the best has allowed us continuous growth and industry recognition. It is a great honor to be a part of the list and I am happy my team is getting recognition for the incredible work they do,” said ThunderCat CEO, Tom Deierlein.

About ThunderCat Technology

Recently named to CRN’s Tech Elite 250 list and currently ranked #100 on the Solution Provider 500, the award winning ThunderCat Technology is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business that delivers technology services and solutions to the federal government and fortune 500 companies. Specifically, ThunderCat is a systems integrator that brings an innovative approach to solving customer problems in and around the datacenter by providing strategies for Data Storage, Networking, Security, and Applications. ThunderCat represents, distributes, integrates, and provides technologies from best of breed manufacturers. Clients include DHS, USACE, HHS, DLA, DFAS, FBI, NIH, Navy, Army, and VA.

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