The following was re-posted from the Envescent website. Envescent provides IT services to ARLnow.com.
We are extremely excited and honored to announce that Envescent has received the prestigious Best Technology Small Business award from the Arlington Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, May 2.
Our company was among many amazing local Arlington businesses whom were chosen during what was described as a very competitive selection process.
According to the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, the main criteria for selection was providing an excellent customer experience, strong growth, environmental sustainability and stability. We are both thrilled and deeply grateful to be recognized for the achievements we’ve made as a company.
The award ceremony was held at the Key Bridge Marriott in Rosslyn. Envescent’s founder, Alexander Chamandy, accepted the award with a speech thanking our clients, our team, The Arlington Chamber of Commerce and Arlington County for Envescent’s past and current success.
We firmly believe that our success and this recognition of our company is directly related to putting our clients first. Winning this award has further strengthened our ambition to grow, improve our company and to do even more to give back to our local community.
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