LMI achieved a company-high $419 million in revenue in 2021. As part of these efforts, LMI’s average opportunity size increased to approximately $7 million last year. It also acquired and fully integrated Suntiva, a business transformation and technology company committed to assisting government leaders with digital, workforce and business process transformation solutions designed to improve performance.
This acquisition expanded LMI’s customer access in public health and defense, particularly the Food and Drug Administration, the National Institutes of Health and the Agriculture Department. The acquisition increased LMI’s ability to bring its corporate capabilities to bear on mission sets of strategic national importance within the federal health and defense markets.
For LMI CFO Tamara Jack, being successful in this regard starts and ends with an amazing team.
“Members of LMI’s finance and law department are all committed to our growth, our mission and making a difference every day,” she said. “I am also very lucky to work with an incredible senior leadership team at LMI — on a daily basis we are focused on empowering our talent and delivering long-term success for LMI, our employees and customers.”
Jack’s focus is to help LMI reach its growth goal as part of the “LMI 2025” growth strategy. This strategy is to fully support and maintain LMI organic growth, while supplementing it with strategic M&A, acquiring capabilities and market access that will help solve its customers’ most complex problems.