Pragmatics was recently honored with the 2013 Voltage Award in the Large Technology Implementer category. The awards program celebrates the role technology plays in the business community and the future impact the technology sector will have on economic growth.
Award winners were announced at a ceremony on May 30, 2013 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The award finalists, who were profiled in the May issue of SmartCEO Magazine, collectively generate more than $2.1 billion in annual revenue and employ more than 8,900 people in greater Washington.
“Pragmatics is gratified to be recognized for our creative vision and work ethic through this award,” said Dr. Long Nguyen, CEO, Pragmatics. “Since 2004, we have matured, refined, and tailored our Pragmatic Agility software development practices and use this proprietary methodology to deliver high-quality systems to a number of federal customers. These include the Departments of Commerce, Defense, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, and Transportation.”
Pragmatics was chosen for its innovative use of Pragmatic Agility. Pragmatic Agility effectively combines the discipline and repeatable, continuous improvement practices of CMMI Level5 with the flexibility of agile development.
An independent panel of business leaders selected 24 finalists in eight categories, based on submitted applications.
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