TekSynap Named to Washington Technology Fast 50 List for the fourth consecutive year in 2017

September 15, 2017

Washington Fast 50 Technology Award 2014-2017

For the fourth consecutive year, TekSynap (formerly Synaptek Corporation) has earned a position on the prestigious Washington Technology FAST 50 list, which tracks growth over the previous 5 years of operations. TekSynap first earned this honor in 2014, the company’s first year of eligibility for consideration. Being a four year repeat Fast 50 honoree in 2017 attests to the viability of TekSynap’s business plan, leadership and commitment to process and employee development. TekSynap understands that their employees are the value they provide to their customer. “Understanding our customers’ objectives, learning how our services enable customers’ success and working side-by-side with our customers to ensure they are able to achieve their missions is the key to our success”, said David Gauldfeldt, TekSynap’s President. “We will continue to pursue new and exciting contracts that keep us on the forefront of technology trends, we want TekSynap to be a place where employees can grow professionally through continued opportunity.” The 2017 Washington Technology FAST 50 list will be published in the September 15 issue of FCW. https://washingtontechnology.com/fast50lists/fast-50-lists/2017.aspx

What is the Washington Technology

The Washington Technology Fast 50 List is published by Washington Technology. Washington Technology is the authoritative source of competitive intelligence for executives providing contract services to the government market.

Their experts report all the latest contract services news, then add their analysis, to give leading companies the actionable information they need to make smart and strategic decisions around prime- or sub-partnerships, contract bids, and resource development.

They rank the fastest growing small-business contractors in the government market. The rankings are calculated based on their compound annual growth rate from 2012 through 2016 for the final published 2017 list.