HERNDON, VA, May 26, 2015 – Exostar, an innovative information technology company offering cloud-based solutions that enable secure, cost-effective business-to-business collaboration, today announced it was selected as a finalist for the “Technology Firm of the Year” award by the Tech Council of Maryland (TCM). TCM presented the honor at its 27th annual Industry Awards Celebration, which was held on May 13th in Rockville, MD.
The Industry Awards Celebration recognizes technology and life science companies in the region that have achieved an extraordinary level of success. Exostar was named a finalist for its supply chain and security and collaboration service offerings. TCM cited Exostar’s solutions as inspirational, because of their impact locally and globally on the aerospace and defense and life science and healthcare industries.
“The breadth of accomplishments of this year’s Industry Award finalists was impressive – from the innovations being developed here in this region to the leadership of executives fostering inspired workplace environments,” said Phil Schiff, TCM’s CEO. “Companies like Exostar represent the type of innovation that underscores the quality and value of our thriving technology community.”
TCM, the largest trade association in the state of Maryland, is a collaborative community engaged in building strong technology and life science industries. TCM accomplishes its mission by giving companies a forum to learn, share, and connect through educational programming, state and national advocacy, events, and other activities.
“Although our solutions have a worldwide presence, serving over 125,000 organizations and 400,000 users in 150 countries on all seven continents, we are the strongest supporters of the local technology and life science communities,” said Vijay Takanti, Exostar’s Vice President of Security and Collaboration Solutions. “TCM’s recognition is most meaningful to us, and we look forward to continuing to create and deliver the innovative, impactful solutions for which we have been honored.”