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Phacil in CRN’s 2016 Fast Growth 150 for 4th Year; Mehdi Cherqaoui Comments

Mehdi Cherqaoui
Mehdi Cherqaoui

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 15, 2016 — Phacil has received recognition from CRN as one of the 2016 Fast Growth 150 companies for its revenue growth from 2013 to 2015, GovCon Executive reported Friday.

The company said Aug. 8 this is the fourth year that it has been included in the list by The Channel Company‘s CRN brand.

Mehdi Cherqaoui, chief financial officer and senior vice president at Phacil, noted that the spending increase on federal information technology works to drive the company’s growth.

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