Inc. 5000 Defense Contractors (2015)

Posted by douglasburdett

The 2015 Inc. 5000 did not break out defense contractors separately, so I did. Here you go.

2015 Inc. 5000

The number of defense contractors on the 2015 Inc. 5000 is nearly unchanged, declining -1%, from 87 to 86.

Here is how Inc. compiles their ranking:

The 2015 Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2011 through 2014. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2011. Additionally, they had to be based in the United States, privately held, for profit, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of December 31, 2012. The minimum revenue required for 2011 is $100,000; the minimum for 2014 is $2 million.

Since a defense contractor’s website is one of its most important marketing assets, I ran each of the 2015 Inc. 5000 defense contractor websites through Marketing Grader. This free tool analyzes a website based on the 3 pillars of inbound marketing: 1) getting found online, 2) converting visitors to leads, and 3) measuring effectiveness.

Marketing Grader is a “tough grader.” A score in the 80′s is very good (the high score on this list is Cask with 81%). And if your site’s score is low, there are a number of things that can be done to improve it in a relatively short period of time. In fact, when you run your own site through Marketing Grader, a comprehensive report is generated outlining how to improve your site’s marketing effectiveness.

One of the best things a defense contractor can do to improve their marketing effectiveness is to have a company blog with content that is of interest to the people they need to reach to make a sale or influence. Here is an article about the benefits of blogging for defense contractors:

Why Defense Contractors Can’t Afford Not to Have a Blog

Now, on to the list.

The list below is based on each company’s profile on the 2015 Inc. 5000 companies operating in the Government Services industry category. Companies were included here if their profile mentioned serving the Department of Defense. If you know of a defense contractor on the Inc. 5000, but not listed below, please post a comment or contact me.

Rank Name 3-yr Growth Revenue Marketing Grade
68 Trident Technologies 4161% $16m 19
118 Na Ali'i 2987% $3.3m 23
137 Patriot Group International 2773% $28.3m 25
255 TENICA and Associates 1755% $6.2m 19
319 ITility 1465% $22.8m 18
372 Thompson Gray 1276% $15m 54
433 Caduceus Healthcare 1082% $13.8m 31
446 Trident Technical Solutions 1044% $3.4m 21
539 Barbaricum 862% $18.9m 34
547 Haris Design & Construction Co. 849% $31.6m 14
595 Mobius 773% $3.7m 42
661 METIS Solutions 685% $9.1m 43
662 ATSI 682% $5m 20
664 Marathon TS 679% $10.1m 12
671 Sabre88 672% $2.5m 58
683 Five Stones Research 663% $12.2m 39
702 CSG Solutions 644% $5m 31
734 Corps Solutions 613% $13.1m 23
761 Strategy and Management Services 593% $13.5m 65
776 G2SF 578% $14m 28
820 Davis Defense Group 542% $18.7m 32
890 AMTIS 505% $10.3m 33
900 Obsidian Analysis 499% $18.2m 56
924 Visionist 484% $14.8m 51
953 Pathoras 467% $10.5m 19
1015 Three Wire Systems 432% $120.5m 56
1018 Mid Atlantic Professionals 430% $22.8m 61
1048 JSL Technologies 412% $9.1m 32
1049 Mercom 411% $156.3m 61
1074 StraCon 402% $4.3m 49
1210 R3 Strategic Support Group 347% $12.7m 39
1291 Defense Point Security 323% $11.5m 56
1408 NetImpact Strategies 294% $10.9m 40
1470 IronMountain Solutions 280% $8.3m 31
1625 Cypher Analytics 250% $7.2m 22
1670 Development Transformations 244% $7.7m 62
1754 Technatomy 229% $74.9m 72
1924 Reed Integration 205% $4.6m 44
1951 Evans & Chambers Technology 203% $3.2m 56
1959 TISTA Science and Technology 201% $30.3m 23
1979 Allegheny Science & Technology 200% $7.9m 70
1987 Defense Engineering 199% $4.8m 60
2048 Body Armor Outlet 192% $2.9m 67
2087 HEBCO 188% $24.7m 44
2137 Bennett Aerospace 183% $4.5m 25
2147 SimVentions 183% $31.9m 42
2151 IMPRES Technology Solutions 182% $74.7m 22
2160 INNOVIM 181% $17.4m 61
2170 STS International 181% $28.3m 39
2202 Veracity Engineering 177% $33.3m 41
2229 H&S Resources 175% $11.4m 26
2246 Alakai Defense Systems 174% $6.6m 19
2329 BRIDGES Consulting 165% $35.4m 24
2417 AVIAN 156% $23.6m 67
2424 Apprio 155% $19.9m 53
2452 Valbin 153% $18.9m 39
2589 HWC 143% $19m 41
2617 Wolfcom Enterprises 141% $2.6m 35
2714 Ian, Evan & Alexander 134% $17.3m 31
2889 Torch Technologies 123% $164m 44
2964 InTec 118% $18.2m 43
3042 Cask 115% $26.7m 81
3196 AVT Simulation 107% $26.2m 49
3238 US21 104% $23.5m 50
3244 Man-Machine Systems Assessment 104% $15.4m 32
3308 Manufacturing Technical Solutions 101% $34.3m 44
3357 Soft Tech Consulting 99% $24.5m 41
3361 The Bowen Consulting Group 98% $11.3m 29
3412 Zenetex 96% $62.1m 33
3464 PeopleTec 93% $52.9m 42
3492 Intrepid Solutions and Services 92% $10.9m 33
3576 Innovate International Intelligence & Integration 88% $5m 15
3586 Cipher Tech Solutions 88% $3.6m 37
3674 Delaware Resource Group/Busey Group 85% $85.3m 25
3676 ECS Federal 85% $256.2m 48
3819 RMGS 79% $7.9m 34
3974 Sentek Global 74% $30.5m 42
4046 Karsun Solutions 71% $13.3m 41
4106 Braxton Science & Technology Group 69% $39m 56
4321 Sterling Computers 63% $257.8m 66
4348 Data Systems Analysts 62% $106.8m 40
4660 Competitive Innovations 53% $2.8m 41
4726 nLogic 51% $14.6m 66
4853 DRT Strategies 48% $24.5m 48
4888 Pinnacle Solutions 47% $14.1m 54
4981 Trideum 44% $14m 41

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