Induslogic, Inc. Tops Deloitte’s Virginia Technology Fast 50 Ranking Of Fastest-Growing Technology Companies, With 19,210 Percent Growth Over Five Years

Induslogic, Inc. Tops Deloitte’s Virginia Technology Fast 50 Ranking Of Fastest-Growing Technology Companies, With 19,210 Percent Growth Over Five Years

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WASHINGTON, D.C., September 29, 2006 — Induslogic Inc. tops the list of the fastest growing technology companies in Virginia as recognized by Deloitte & Touche LLP and Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP at an award event held September 28 at The Sequoia in Georgetown. Called the “Virginia Technology Fast 50,” the annual award program ranks technology companies located in Virginia by revenue growth.

“Deloitte’s Virginia Technology Fast 50 companies have shown the strength, vision and tenacity to succeed in today’s very competitive technology environment,” said Mr. Andy Harrs, Deloitte’s southeast regional managing partner for the Technology, Media and Telecommunications Industry Practice based in McLean, VA. “We applaud the successes of Induslogic and acknowledge it as one of the very few to accomplish such an impressive growth rate over the past five years.”

“The success of this year’s ranked companies in Virginia prove technology strength across the state. These Virginia companies compete with companies across the nation and are able to grow at an impressive rate, which demonstrates the economic fitness of the state,” said Mr. William J. Perlstein, co-managing partner of WilmerHale. “Congratulations to these companies for this accomplishment and their continued growth.”

Winners are selected based on percentage revenue growth over five years from 2001 to 2005. To be considered, Technology Fast 50 entrants must: have operating revenues of at least $50,000 in 2001 and at least $5,000,000 in 2005; be headquartered in Virginia; be a “technology company,” defined as a company that owns proprietary technology that contributes to a significant portion of its operating revenues; or devotes a significant proportion of revenues to the research and development of technology. Using other companies' technology in a unique way does not qualify. Subsidiaries and divisions are not eligible, unless they have some public ownership and are separately traded.

The Technology Fast 50 company ranking is as follows:

 

2006 Rank

Company Name

City

5yr%

1

Induslogic, Inc.

Vienna

19210%

2

Abraxas Corp.

McLean

12798%

3

Allen Corporation Of America

Sterling

9808%

4

G & B Solutions, Inc.

McLean

5218%

5

Invoice Insight LLC

Manassas

2795%

6

Lancesoft Inc.

Chantilly

2779%

7

eStara, Inc.

Reston

1936%

8

Rivermine Software

Fairfax

1565%

9

ARGON ST, Inc.

Fairfax

1558%

10

Exostar, Inc.

Herndon

1311%

11

Telarix

Vienna

766%

12

Electronic Consulting Services, Inc.

Fairfax

738%

13

21st Century Systems Inc.

Herndon

700%

14

Creative Information Technology, Inc.

Arlington

665%

15

Rosetta Stone (Fairfield Language Tech.)

Harrisonburg

632%

16

Analex Corporation

Fairfax

543%

17

Arrowhead Global Solutions, Inc.

Falls Church

541%

18

ServiceBench

Fairfax

536%

19

MicroPact Engineering Inc.

Herndon

535%

20

Access Systems Inc.

Reston

531%

21

SiloSmashers

Fairfax

502%

22

INPUT, Inc.

Reston

459%

23

Athena Technologies, Inc.

Warrenton

457%

24

Paloma Systems Inc.

Fairfax

455%

25

Plateau Systems, Inc.

Arlington

453%

26

Actionet, Inc.

Fairfax

431%

27

AY Recruiting Solutions

Fairfax

428%

28

Decisive Analytical Corporation

Arlington

354%

29

Intellitactics, Inc.

Reston

309%

30

McDonald Bradley, Inc.

Herndon

299%

31

INDUS Corporation

Vienna

290%

32

Pyramid Systems, Inc.

Fairfax

256%

33

Blue Ridge Numerics

Charlottesville

252%

34

Communication Resource, Inc.

McLean

240%

35

Amentra, Inc.

Richmond

237%

36

Dante Consulting, Inc.

Arlington

233%

37

Neustar

Sterling

227%

38

Global Internetworking, Inc.

McLean

209%

39

Prototype Productions, Inc.

Ashburn

190%

40

CACI International Inc

Arlington

188%

41

SRA International, Inc.

Fairfax

182%

42

Mythic Entertainment, Inc.

Fairfax

176%

43

SI International, Inc.

Reston

171%

44

Ventera Corporation

McLean

167%

45

GlobalPhone Corp

Falls Church

161%

46

NII Holdings, Inc.

Reston

157%

47

RS Information Systems, Inc.

McLean

156%

48

Managed Objects, Inc.

McLean

147%

49

Online Resources Corp.

Chantilly

146%

50

Intellidyne, LLC

Falls Church

128%

 

A special category called “Rising Stars” recognizes the fastest growing technology companies based on revenue growth over three years (2003–2005).

 

2006 Rank

Company Name

City

3yr%

RS1

SkyBitz, Inc.

Sterling

864%

RS-2

Paragon Systems, LLC.

Herndon

31%

The Virginia Technology Fast 50 program is hosted by Deloitte & Touche LLP, along with WilmerHale and media sponsors, PR Newswire and SmartCEO magazine.

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About Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP
WilmerHale is widely recognized as a leader in advising technology and life sciences companies. More than 70 lawyers hold degrees in scientific or technical fields, including information technology and life sciences. As a result of a longstanding focus on entrepreneurial and technology companies, WilmerHale represents more venture-backed companies in the eastern half of the US than any other law firm. WilmerHale's other premier practices include, antitrust and competition; aviation; bankruptcy; civil and criminal trial and appellate litigation (including white collar defense); communications; corporate (including public offerings, public company counseling, start‑up companies, venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, and licensing); defense and national security; financial institutions; intellectual property counseling and litigation; international arbitration; life sciences; securities regulation, enforcement and litigation; tax; and trade. WilmerHale was formed in May 2004 through the merger of two of the nation's leading law firms, Hale and Dorr LLP and Wilmer Cutler Pickering LLP. With a staunch commitment to public service, the firm is renowned as a national leader in pro bono representation. The firm has more than 1,000 lawyers and offices in Baltimore, Beijing, Berlin, Boston, Brussels, London, Munich, New York, Northern Virginia, Oxford, Palo Alto, Waltham and Washington, DC. For more information, please visit http://www.wilmerhale.com/.