PeopleTec Inc. is a dynamic, growth-oriented, small business with an exceptional management team complemented by demonstrated technical experience, including ongoing support to USASMDC/ ARSTRAT, MDA, and the Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center (AMRDEC). PeopleTec’s highly rated customer support and employee-focused culture have been paramount in the company’s sustained 40% annual growth since incorporation in 2005.
PeopleTec, Inc., a WOSB, entered the engineering services and Information Technology (IT) solutions market in April 2005. PeopleTec was recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work” in Huntsville/Madison County for 2011 and was recognized on the 2010 Inc. 500/5000 list, ranking #1,076 overall nationally. This ranking is based on PeopleTec’s 3-year revenue growth of 280% from 2006-2009. PeopleTec also ranked 5th on the overall list of “fastest growing companies in Madison County.” PeopleTec has experienced strong year-over-year revenue growth, ranging from over 450% in its first year of business operations to a sustained annual growth rate of over 40%, and its 2011 revenues will exceed $25M. PeopleTec was founded by experienced leaders and managers who collectively have over 100 years of combined experience in their respective key positions. PeopleTec executives and managers have overseen all categories of prime contracts including Multiple-Award (MA) IDIQ, such as the Missile Defense Agency Engineering and Support Services (MiDAESS) prime contract awarded in 2010.
PeopleTec has the practical knowledge and hands-on experience of implementing and using the tools, processes, and systems required to manage small businesses from 60 employees to over 650. PeopleTec combines our proven executive management team with a Board of Directors comprising recognized and accomplished industry leaders to provide corporate governance and a strategic roadmap. PeopleTec attributes this to the same sound corporate management and successful proven program management processes, tools, and techniques that will be brought to SETAC 2010.