HighPoint Global Wins 2018 Corporate Growth Award

HighPoint Global Wins 2018 Corporate Growth Award - top government contractors - best government contracting eventHighPoint Global has received recognition in the 2018 Corporate Growth Awards for the company’s acquisition of Primescape Solutions.

The acquisition activity has been named Deal of the Year Under $50 Million, HighPoint said Thursday.

Primescape’s acquisition created a digital transformation service component in HighPoint's citizen experience expertise.

The expanded company will offer a wide range of communications services connecting citizens to the government.

Primescape Solutions now operates under the HighPoint name.

The National Capital Corporate Growth Awards was established to recognize Washington, D.C., firms for efforts in corporate expansion and dealmaking.

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