January 1, 2010 - Chantilly, VA
Nova Datacom, LLC, a provider of information assurance and security services to the public and private sectors, today announced it has been named one of Washington SmartCEO’s “Future 50.”
The Future 50 program recognizes the 50 fastest-growing companies in the Greater Washington area based on employee and revenue growth. This year’s Future 50 winners collectively employ 29,000 people and generate over $9 billion in revenue. Winners will be recognized at the Washington SmartCEO/Clifton Gunderson basketball-themed “Nothing but Net” Future 50 event, scheduled for Jan. 28, 2010, at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City.
Min Cho, Nova Datacom’s CEO, credits the company’s success to their most valuable asset: their employees.
“We are nothing without the dedication and commitment of each and every member of our team- and this philosophy permeates every aspect of our business,” states Cho. “At NDC, we feel responsible for the future of our employees; when they join our company, they join our family. We strive to continually develop, reward, train, and communicate to the entire team. We see ourselves as more than a company; we are a family working for the same cause: providing our children with a better future through responsible, hard, and high moral standard work.”
“On behalf of the partners and employees of Clifton Gunderson, I would like to congratulate this year’s Future 50 winners. This exclusive group is the embodiment of success and represents the best of our business community. We are proud to be associated with SmartCEO and this very worthwhile program,” says Patrick M. Byer, Sr., Partner-in-Charge, Clifton Gunderson LLP.
“Each winner has effectively translated their passion and innovation into tremendous growth and success,” says Jaime Park, Publisher at SmartCEO magazine. “We, along with Clifton Gunderson, are honored to recognize the fastest-growing companies in Greater Washington.” For a complete list of winners, see below or visit www.smartceo.com for a list of company names and Web sites.