Tech Industry Success Story in Fairfax
Evolution through Emerging Tech
Focused on transforming future technologies for today, Fairfax County – based Ampcus Inc is a natural fit in the local innovative ecosystem. The technology and business consulting firm guides federal, state, local and commercial clients into a secure, digital future. Located in the county’s Chantilly neighborhood, Ampcus uses a suite of emerging technologies to remove business barriers and evolve companies into modern digital enterprises.
Faster ROI realization and cost reductions are two of the benefits realized by Ampcus clients in the commercial, federal, state, local and non profit sectors that rely on Ampcus’ expertise in areas such as intelligent automation, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, testing, big data, Internet of Things (IoT) and automation.
Ampcus offers a “one – stop shop” for organizations and businesses seeking to streamline and secure operations. Services are delivered via five distinct platforms: Digital Transformation; Cybersecurity; Risk & Compliance; Infrastructure Management; Testing & IVV Service; and Human Capital Consulting.
Consistent and significant advancements led to major milestones for Ampcus.
In January 2020, the firm acquired a 25 year old national IT staffing provider iTech Solutions Inc. Later, in May 2020, Ampcus earned the Appian Partner Award for Elite Regional Reseller. With CEO and Founder Anjali “Ann” Ramakumaran at the helm, Ampcus is considered one of the fastest – growing companies by the Women Presidents’ Organization and Inc. Magazine. Ampcus was also awarded the MBE of the year by NMSDC and won the supplier of the year by CRMSDC. Ampcus has also made the list of fast 100 by the USPAACC too and has many other accolades to its credit.
Similar to the work at Ampcus, ideas ignite quickly in Fairfax County. Among them, extraordinary connections to surrounding Greater Washington area and a remarkable network of 8,700 technology firms.
Supporting Ampcus is a loaded regional talent pipeline that includes graduates from scores of regional colleges and universities, including Virginia Tech and George Mason University. Adults ages 19 to 34 hold 30 percent of Fairfax County professional and technical services jobs, many of which require expertise in big data, information security, programming and other technologies.