SILVER SPRING, Md., Oct. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- DataSource, Inc., a software development company that specializes in eCommerce/eGov and N-Tier distributed technology, has placed No. 5 on a list of the 50 fastest growing companies in the Washington metropolitan area. DataSource posted revenue growth of nearly 1,700 percent over the past three years. DataSource was also recognized as a winner in the "Global Best Practices" competition, which honors companies "that are implementing extraordinary business processes to achieve a competitive advantage." Both awards are part of the annual "FastTrack" program sponsored by Arent Fox, Arthur Andersen, Riggs Bank and the Washington Business Journal. DataSource provides custom software development, systems integration and network services for commercial and government clients. Specializing in eCommerce/eGov solutions and N-Tier technology, DataSource expects to have a product offering in the eCommerce arena in early- to mid-2001. DataSource has grown at a rate of nearly 7,000 percent since it was established in 1994. The company prides itself on providing highest-quality products and services and is one of few businesses its size that are independently certified CMM(R) (Capability Maturity Model) Level 2, a measure of quality assurance for software developers. Founder, president and CEO Pamela Hopkins was recently named a 2000 Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young, LLP, in honor of her strategic leadership and guidance of the company. To learn more about DataSource, please visit http://www.datasourceinc.com.
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