T-Rex Solutions Ranked on Inc.’s 5000 Fastest Growing Companies List for Fourth Time; Sean Murphy Quoted

Jeff Brody

T-Rex Solutions announced on Monday that the company has been ranked as one of the top 5000 fastest growing private companies in the U.S by Inc. On the list, T-Rex is the fastest growing company among mid-tier Government Services Sector firms with revenues above $100M.

"We are humbled to have moved up so significantly on the list among our government sector peer group. With growth comes new challenges but we are proud of the federal IT modernization projects that have brought us this far. Now our challenge is to keep up the pace, and we are working hard to do so," says Sean Murphy, T-Rex’s chief development and innovation officer.

The Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth over a three-year period. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by the first week of the starting calendar year, and therefore able to show three full calendar years of sales.

T-Rex's 2018 revenue of $259.4 million, represents a 3-year growth of 1,622 percent. The company was also ranked as #23 for Top Washington, DC Companies and #14 for Top Maryland Companies.

About T-Rex Solutions

Established in 1999, T-Rex Solutions is a proven mid-tier IT professional services firm, ranked the #4 government cloud vendor by Bloomberg. T-Rex is an agile, dominant force in government IT modernization and transformation. The company leverages skills and professional services with powerful next-gen technology to relentlessly drive innovation and blaze new paths in solving our clients' complex challenges. T-Rex has deep technical expertise in Cloud Adoption and Infrastructure Optimization, Cybersecurity, Data Engineering and Analytics, Systems Integration and Development, and Mission Critical Services.

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