FAIRFAX, VA – Highlight was featured on the Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s Fantastic 50 List, which compiles the fifty fastest-growing companies in the Commonwealth of Virginia. This is the fourth year in a row Highlight was named on the list.
“We are delighted to be named to the Virginia’s Fantastic 50 list for the fourth year in a row,” said Highlight CEO Rebecca Andino. “This honor is due to the hard work and talent of our Highlight team and the trust of our defense, civilian, and intelligence community federal customers. We are appreciative for their support and trust, and are grateful for this recognition by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce.”
To be eligible for the Virginia Fantastic 50, a company must be privately held with headquarters in Virginia, show revenues between $200,000 and $200 million, and demonstrate positive revenue growth and positive net income in its most recent fiscal year over the previous year. Companies are judged on four-year revenue history. The professional service firm Dixon Hughes Goodman verifies all award entries.
This the 25th anniversary of the Fantastic 50 List. Due to COVID-19, this is the first year the award ceremony will not be held in person.
For over ten years, Highlight has provided development and modernization, secure IT, and mission solutions for our U.S. federal government customers. Using our HI-WAY™ best practices framework, we design and deliver solutions that integrate current systems and procedures, address all stakeholders, and seamlessly advance the mission. Highlight is an award-winning woman-owned, ISO® 9001, ISO 20000, ISO 27001, ISO 44001, ISO 56002 certified, CMMI-DEV Level 3 and CMMI-SVC Level 3 appraised small business that provides critical services to more than 20 U.S. federal government customers. For more information please visit www.highlighttech.com.
About the Virginia Chamber of Commerce
The Virginia Chamber of Commerce is the largest business organization in the Commonwealth, with more than 26,000 members. The Chamber is a non-partisan, business advocacy organization that works in the legislative, regulatory, civic and judicial arenas to act as the catalyst for positive change in all areas of economic development and competitiveness for Virginia. In December 2017, the Chamber released an update to its long-term strategic economic development plan, Blueprint Virginia 2025, which engaged over 6,000 business and community leaders to lay out a plan to get Virginia back to the top of national business climate rankings. Learn more at www.vachamber.com.