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Acquisition changed firm’s name and its clientele

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Sujani Rangareddy is CEO of Alpha Omega Integration. Photo by Stephen Gosling

SERVICE
Alpha Omega Integration

McLean
alphaomegaintegration.com

Alpha Omega Integration has adopted a new name and expanded its customer base in recent years.

Originally known as Znergis, the McLean-based information technology and consulting services firm was founded in 2010 by CEO Sujani Rangareddy. From 2013 to 2016 the company grew 1,610.4 percent, making it the fastest-growing service company in this year’s Fantastic 50.

The last two years have been pivotal for the company. Znergis became Alpha Omega in 2016 after it acquired Trusted Mission Solutions Inc. The deal helped expand the company’s business from commercial work to federal contracting.

Rangareddy says Alpha Omega President and COO Gautam C. Ijoor, a federal contracting veteran, “championed the acquisition along with the establishment of the company’s base infrastructure for growth and expansion in the federal contracting space.”

Alpha Omega is a participant in the Small Business Administration’s 8(a) Business Development Program and has been designated an economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business. The SBA programs give the company the opportunity to “gain a foothold in government contracting,” Rangareddy says.

The company now has 115 employees, working in Maryland, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Nevada, Florida, Texas, Michigan and Washington, D.C., in addition to Virginia.

Its customers range from IT service management company Kforce Government Solutions and business management consultant Bart and Associates to the U.S. State and Commerce departments.
Over the years, Alpha Omega has added a variety of services, including big-data analytics, cybersecurity and business process management. These services support “new customer needs around digital transformation, data-driven decision and risk management,” Rangareddy says. 
 




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