Phacil Named to CRN 2016 Fast Growth 150 List; Mehdi Cherqaoui Comments

Mehdi Cherqaoui
Mehdi Cherqaoui

Phacil has been named to CRN's 2016 Fast Growth 150 list of technology integrators, service providers and information technology consultants in North America.

CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, created the list based on gross revenue gains between 2013 and 2015 and the companies listed account for total combined revenue of more than $25 billion, Phacil said Monday.

“We are pleased that the hard work of Phacil employees result not only in exceptional results for our government customers, but also is recognized in CRN's North American rankings,“ said Mehdi Cherqaoui, Phacil senior vice president and chief financial officer.

CRN published the Fast Growth 150 list in its August issue.

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