Intelligent Decisions Ranks # 195 in VAR500 List

Intelligent Decisions Inc (ID), an Ashburn-based global IT management and solutions provider, has been ranked #195 in the Top 500 US Solution photo-harry_martinProviders by Everything Channel. The company had a revenue increase of almost 20 % compared to the average 11.6 % for VAR500 companies this year.

 

 

 “We continue to demonstrate our value to partners and customers in a trusted advisory role, while offering vendor agnostic technology solutions to meet their specific needs, ” said Harry I. Martin, Jr, Intelligent Decisions’ President, Founder, and CEO. “ID’s VAR ranking is a reflection of the effort and personal attention that each and every employee puts forth in their day-to-day activities. I am very proud of our success throughout the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense Branch Services and Federal Civilian Agencies and look forward to another successful year.”

 

 

The list ranks the top revenue producers in North American technology integrators and technology solution provider organizations. The rankings are based on gross worldwide revenue of hardware and software sales in addition to earnings from professional and managed information technology services. This year’s VAR500 includes 89 companies with revenue over a billion dollars and the total revenue for the entire list has increased 58% in the past year to almost $600 billion.

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