HumanTouch Named to Inc. 500

MCLEAN, Va., Aug. 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- HumanTouch, LLC announced today they have been named to the prestigious 30th annual Inc. Magazine 500 list, a compilation of the most entrepreneurial and fastest growing companies in America. The 2011 Inc. 500 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth over the past three years.  HumanTouch is ranked 203 on this list.  As an Inc. 500 honoree, HumanTouch joins other top tier representatives of the Inc. 500 such as Zappos, Patagonia, Intuit and Oracle.

HumanTouch Founder, President and CEO, Moe Jafari, commented, "HumanTouch has experienced exponential growth this year. We are so pleased our efforts are being recognized with an Inc. 500 ranking."  HumanTouch credits their success thus far to their customer focused approach and specifically their understanding of end user challenges.  

The 2011 Inc. 500 is a group of companies that are smaller but much faster-growing than last year's crop. The 2011 awardees' aggregate revenue is $10.5 billion, with a median three-year growth of 1,275 percent.  In 2010, HumanTouch placed in the top 1500 of the Inc. 5000 list at number 1394.

About HumanTouch

HumanTouch, LLC is a CMMI Level 3, ISO9001:2008 certified, Small Business Administration (SBA)-certified Section 8(a) Small and Disadvantaged Business providing professional and information technology services to the Federal Government. Founded in 1998, HumanTouch is a closely-held company with headquarters in McLean, Virginia. As our company continues to grow, we retain our focus on excellent customer service and superior technical skills. More than 80% of our growth is from repeat business with satisfied customers. For more information, please visit our website at www.HumanTouchLLC.com.

SOURCE HumanTouch, LLC

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