RESTON, VA – December 17, 2020 -Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), the membership and trade association for the Northern Virginia technology community, today announced that Altum, Inc has been named to the 2020 NVTC Tech 100, a list of groundbreaking companies, leaders and innovators within the Greater Washington region’s technology community.
While this year has presented numerous challenges to every organization and individual, it is encouraging to see so many of the area’s tech companies and executives remain resilient and committed to the health and wellbeing of their employees, the success of their companies, and industry advancement. Congratulations to Altum for being named a 2020 NVTC Tech 100 honoree and for the positive impact the firm has made in our region.” said Jennifer Taylor, NVTC president and CEO.
This year’s program attracted nearly 200 nominations that were carefully reviewed and considered by a panel of independent judges including Joel Kallett, Managing Director of Clearsight Advisors; Sam Maness, Managing Director of Defense and Government Services Investment Banking at Raymond James & Associates, Inc.; and Jean Stack, Managing Director Global Technology and Services team and Co-Head of Government Services Investment Banking practice at Baird. The final NVTC Tech100 Award list comprises 100 tech companies and 26 executives, each consistently demonstrating dedication, vision and innovation.
“We’re honored to be named a 2020 NVTC 100 Honoree. At Altum, our values are vision, innovation, and pace. As a software company dedicated to helping the scientific community unleash innovation, we will continue to pioneer new solutions for our customers, helping them unlock the full potential of their efforts and deliver outcomes that benefit humanity faster,” Said Steve Pinchotti, CEO of Altum.
“As we work to recover from this health and economic crisis, we need to be looking to the future and seeking ways to increase Virginia’s participation in new and ground-breaking industries – especially the tech field,” said U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA). “As a former tech entrepreneur, I applaud these innovative leaders and companies for their drive and vision, and for all that they bring to the Commonwealth. I also commend the Northern Virginia Technology Council for its constant support of the region’s technology community.”