Phacil Appears in Virginia Fantastic 50 Fastest Growing Companies List for Fourth Consecutive Year

Mehdi Cherqaoui
Mehdi Cherqaoui

Federal technology services provider Phacil has been featured in the Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s Fantastic 50 Fastest Growing Companies list for the fourth consecutive year.

Phacil and other Fantastic 50 companies were recognized in a banquet held on April 29 at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly, Virginia with more than 400 in attendees, Phacil said May 2.

“It is an honor to be recognized for a fourth year in a row as one of the fastest growing companies in Virginia,“ said Mehdi Cherqaoui, Phacil’s senior vice president and chief financial officer.

He added that the company seeks to invest in its technical infrastructure and internal processes, as well as meet CMMI and ISO certification standards.

The Virginia’s Fantastic 50 award program started in 1995 as a means to recognize the state’s fastest growing companies.

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