1Rivet Makes Consulting Magazine’s list of America’s Fastest Growing Firms

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South Riding, V.A., Nov. 2, 2017 – 1Rivet, a northern Virginia consulting firm specializing in strategic information technology consulting, outsourced services and talent acquisition, has been named one of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Firms for 2017 by Consulting Magazine for the second year in a row.

1Rivet consults with top companies on IT mergers, acquisitions and integrations; cloud-based innovations including machine learning, AI and IOT; application design and implementation; data visualization and analytics; delivery management and customer experience.

The company’s talent acquisition division delivers strategic IT hires, contract-to-hires and scalable workforce solutions.

1Rivet’s, strategic outsourcing division provides development and testing, project management, customer service, IT help desk, mail room, shipping and receiving, executive administrative support, reception, concierge, hospitality supply services, facilities, managed ED print services, imaging and records management, audio, visual and conference room management.

“Our continued growth was driven by several factors,” said CEO Eric Middleton. “We excel at rapid IT M&A, data migrations and complex systems integrations. We just completed a major divestiture of Antares Capital from GE Capital.”

1Rivet’s 1Lab innovation center also drove the company’s expansion. “1Lab provides inventive pre-built frameworks and accelerators supporting client project delivery,” Middleton said. “We’re pioneering IoT, machine learning and AI solutions that resolve clients’ enterprise challenges.”

Demand for 1Rivet’s data visualization expertise has also risen as clients seek deeper insights and more dynamic interactions with their organization’s data.

1Rivet prides itself on fostering a team mentality and Middleton credits the firm’s growing success to its talented staff.

Viewing clients as business partners also sets 1Rivet apart from other consulting companies. “We continue to build our business on accountability and personal relationships first and foremost,” Middleton concluded.