Washingtonian Magazine Lists Knight Point Systems Among Top 50 “Great Places to Work” in Washington DC

Washingtonian Magazine has named Knight Point Systems as one of the “Top 50 Great Places to Work” in the Washington, D.C. area in 2017 based on a criteria that includes commitment to charity and community, financial stability, growth opportunities and work/life balance.

Knight Point Systems said Thursday a Washingtonian panel of editors assessed almost 200 companies and conducted more than 8,000 employee surveys to determine the award winners that include information technology companies, government agencies, contractors and nonprofit organizations.

“Being selected as a Washingtonian Magazine Great Places to Work winner is a very special honor for Knight Points Systems,” said Doug Duenkel, Knight Point Systems president and chief operating officer.

“We are very proud to be recognized in a magazine that used to be a reading staple in our households growing up and still continues to be.”

Knight Point Systems offers traditional IT and professional services, product technologies, on premises cloud enablement, infrastructure and platform, security as a service, software as a service, off premises cloud computing and data center services.

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