Paradyme Management is honored to be recognized by these organizations.
Paradyme Management was ranked on the 2017 Washington Business Journal’s Minority-Owned Companies List for the second year in a row. This list is based on 2016 total revenue for minority-owned companies in the DC area. Last year, Paradyme was ranked #32 on the list, and because of our tremendous growth over the last year, we are thrilled to be moving up (technically, down) on the list as we are ranked #29 this year.
Paradyme Management was named to the Washington Business Journal’s Fast 50 list for our fast growth, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to be ranked number 44 on the list that recognizes the top 50 Fastest-Growing Companies in the Greater Washington D.C. area. Our growth wouldn’t be possible without our dynamic employees, who are dedicated and committed to providing our clients with exemplary work!
Inc. named Paradyme Management to the 2016 Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest-Growing Companies, based on our 3-year growth of 95%. Our hard-working and dedicated employees are a large reason for this growth, and we are honored to be named to this list that recognizes innovative, private companies with consistently high growth.
Paradyme Management was named to the Washington Business Journal’s Top 35 Minority Owned Companies List, which is based on revenue, employee growth, and the percentage of the company that is minority owned. We are very excited to be ranked #32 on the list, and our success would not be possible without the commitment of our employees and the support from our clients.
The Washington Business Journal recognized Noah Parker, Paradyme’s Training and Development Manager, as one of the recipients for their Corporate Citizenship Award. This award is given to the most inspirational companies and nonprofits in the Washington D.C. area who have made a difference in their communities through volunteer philanthropic work. Noah turned our community engagement vision into a reality by assisting both the Springhill Lake Recreation Center and the Greenbelt Community Foundation. Specifically with the GCF, he found a way to utilize our interns to help with the development and implementation of the campaign for GCF’s 10th anniversary, which also benefited companies and businesses in the Greenbelt community.
Workforce Magazine named Tania DaSilva, Paradyme’s Director of Human Resources, as one of their 2016 Game Changers, which recognizes young, elite talent in the national and international business and HR world. Along with promoting our culture and providing support for employees, Tania received this honor for streamlining our processes and making them more effective.
Smart CEO named Paradyme Management to their 2013 and 2014 Future 50 list, which recognizes the 50 fastest growing mid-sized companies in the region and celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit that is vital to their success. When revenue from the state and local governments became stagnant, Paradyme Management saw an opportunity for growth and ventured into federal government space. The profit from this strategic shift was immediately apparent and we experienced an upsurge in growth that is still ongoing to this day.
Two members of Paradyme Management’s Executive Team received Executive Management Awards in recognition of superior management and the work they do to aid in the continued growth of the company. Edward O, Paradyme Management’s Chief Strategy Officer, received this honor in 2013 for his ability to revamp Paradyme Management’s strategic direction, while Sang Na, our Chief Marketing Officer, was given the honor in 2014 for his work within business development.
The Voltage Award recognizes companies and individuals that have led the way in technology innovation. Paradyme Management and Chief Technology Officer Luke McGinty were presented with the Voltage Award for work with open source business analytics and Paradyme Management’s ability to provide high-end solutions at a low cost.