Carahsoft Named in Top 500 List of IT Companies for 2019; Craig Abod Quoted

Carahsoft Named in Top 500 List of IT Companies for 2019; Craig Abod Quoted - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Craig Abod

Carahsoft Technology is ranked No. 18 on CRN’s annual list of the top 500 information technology service providers, consultants and integrators throughout North America based on revenues over the past year.

The recognition marks Carahsoft’s 14th consecutive year on the annual rankings, the company said Wednesday.

“We are proud to appear once again on the Solution Provider 500 list,“ said Craig Abod, president of Carahsoft and a 2019 Wash100 winner.

Abod added the recognition highlights “our commitment to supporting our vendor partners, government customers, resellers and integrators throughout the channel.”

The company posted more than $5B in 2018 revenue and added 1K marketing, customer service, contracting and sales employees last year.

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