Array Information Technology (ARRAY), one of America’s fastest growing companies, announced that its Chief Financial Officer, Bob Deegan, is 1 of 15 SmartCFOs recognized in the April issue of Washington SmartCEO Magazine.

SmartCFOs “have gone above and beyond to maintain the financial integrity of their companies,” according to SmartCEO Magazine. “They are critical to the success of a business and will have present and future impacts on their company’s financial success.” Since arriving at ARRAY in 2007, Bob has migrated the company financial systems from Quickbooks to Deltek GCS and enabled real-time visibility into the company’s financial performance, resource allocations, and project profitability.

“Bob has been a pillar of unfailing support for ARRAY. He was instrumental in our company’s rapid growth and has provided the company a solid foundation for the next stage of business expansion.” says Brian Leung, CEO of ARRAY. “He is also a key deal maker for much of our existing business.”

ARRAY is a nationally recognized small business that consistently helps government agencies achieve mission success through Applied Innovation. The company has received national and regional awards for its growth achievements, including being recognized frequently by Inc. Magazine and Deloitte Technology as one of the fastest growing U.S. businesses. ARRAY is also a Washington Technology Fast 50 awardee. ARRAY brings the capability and leadership of a medium-sized business but retains the agility of a small business.

Array Information Technology, Inc. is a certified 8(a) Small Business with headquarters in Greenbelt, Maryland, and key offices in McLean, VA, Dayton, OH, Melbourne, FL and Emeryville, CA. In addition to multiple awards for its growth achievements, ARRAY is known for its employee-friendly culture and its ability to drive success for its clients through Applied Innovation.

For more information, please contact

Andre Etherly, Vice President, (703) 917-8188 ext. 112, Andre.Etherly@arrayinfotech.com

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