For the second year, Peraton has been named to the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s (NVTC) Tech 100 list, celebrating leading enterprises in the Greater Washington technology community for driving tech innovation, solution implementation, and regional growth.
Since its debut in 2017, Peraton has emerged as one of the industry’s top providers of complex technology-based solutions. By capitalizing on its 125-year legacy of expertise and commitment to developing deep customer partnerships, Peraton’s mission-advancing results rival those of its large industry competitors – with the added benefit of more agile delivery.
Peraton is a distinctively positioned mission capability integrator in the government contracting space, operating on the leading edge of trends shaping the industry and influencing customers’ demands. Through optimal delivery of best-in-class, secure, and agile cloud-based solutions, Peraton’s approach maximizes return on internal IT investments, while demonstrating in real-time what it can do to advance customers’ desired mission outcomes.
“With a unique vision and dedication to industry innovation, Peraton stands out as a leader in the region and beyond. We’re excited to announce Peraton as an NVTC Tech 100 honoree,” stated Bobbie Kilberg, President and CEO, Northern Virginia Technology Council.
Peraton is also helping drive tech innovation through partnerships that champion science and technology in academia and industry by teaming up with startup companies to develop advanced analytics applications that improve its capacity to serve government needs around video analytics, natural language processing, semantic reasoning, mathematical analysis software, and scheduling and optimization for machine learning.
With its recent acquisition of Solers, Inc., and continual hiring of talented national security technical and programmatic experts, Peraton is effectively providing unique, holistic offerings that advance customers’ most vital missions. NVTC is the largest technology council in the nation, serving about 1,000 companies and organizations – read more about the NVTC Tech 100 honorees here.