Knight Point Systems Included on Magazine’s Fast-Growth Company List

award stock photoKnight Point Systems has made Inc. magazine’s roster of 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the U.S. for the fourth consecutive year.

The Reston, Virginia-based company said it ranked 1191st in the list and that the publication has pegged the firm’s three-year growth rate at 353 percent.

Knight Point offers cybersecurity, data center, cloud computing and application development services and attributes its growth to quality management and innovation efforts, as well as to information technology projects in the federal government market.

The company’s Horizon platform works to help government and commercial organizations migrate to a full or partial off-premise cloud infrastructure.

The U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency and the departments of Homeland Security and Labor are among the federal customers of Knight Point.

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