Md.-based tech company opens NoVa lab
Paradyme Management Inc. comes to Tysons
Greenbelt, Maryland-based tech company Paradyme Management Inc. announced Wednesday it has established an IT lab, Paradyme Labs, in Tysons.
The lab will serve as a hub for team and customer collaboration and as an operations space for recruiting, training, sales and engineering. The expansion allows for more space for Paradyme, which has nearly doubled the side of its team in the past two years to 200 employees.
Paradyme offers digital transformation and automation services including DevSecOps.
“We are at a turning point in government IT due to the fact that automation is speeding up the pace of products and solutions implementation by about tenfold or more, depending on the customer need,” Paradyme Chief Technology Officer Luther McGinty said in a statement. “We have seen the incredible potential of automation. … To help government achieve this kind of change, we realized that a significant, ongoing commitment to R&D is absolutely required. … That’s what we’ve created in Paradyme Labs, and we’re using it to foster the most rapid solutions possible in close collaboration with customers and our cross-functional internal teams.”
The new office location offers a Northern Virginia option for approximately 10% percent of the company’s employees. The company anticipates returning to in-office operations during the first quarter of 2021.