NMR Consulting Ranks 20 on the Annual List
CHANTILLY, Va., March 12, 2014 – NMR Consulting was once again recognized by the Baltimore Business Journal’s Book of Lists. The Book of Lists is an annual compilation of area companies ranked numerically by specific criteria in different categories. NMR was placed in the Largest IT Consulting Firms category, making 2014 its fourth consecutive year on this particular list.
The Largest IT Consulting Firms list ranks Greater Baltimore’s largest information technology consulting companies based on the number of IT consultants working in Baltimore-area offices during the previous year. NMR placed 20 on the list, with 33 consultants working in Harford County.
“It is an honor to be on this year’s list,” said NMR Consulting President and CEO David Garcia. “We are proud of the work we do in the Baltimore market and plan to maintain our presence in this community.”
The BBJ Book of Lists provides listings of hundreds of area companies in their fields, by ranking. The 2014 list includes such companies as Leidos Inc., Vision Technology Services, and Tech USA.
About NMR Consulting
Headquartered in Chantilly, Va., NMR Consulting is an established Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE). NMR offers services across five business lines: information technology, program management, infrastructure services, logistics, and risk management. Each line with its component services can support itself or be partnered with complementary services from other business lines.
NMR has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies (Inc. 500, Inc. 5000), and by Hispanic Business Magazine as one of the country’s 500 largest Hispanic-owned firms by revenue, and 100 fastest growing by revenue growth over five years. NMR has received numerous local accolades, including the prestigious Deloitte “Technology Fast 50,” which lists the fastest growing technology firms in the state. NMR and its work have also been honored by the USDA, Small Business Administration, Chesapeake Regional Tech Council, and more.