By Carla Branch
alexandriaews.org

Amina Elgouacem, President, NEOSTEK, Inc (Courtesy Photo)

American Express recognized Crystal City-based NEOSTEK, Inc. with the  2018 American Express Business Excellence Award at the Summit for Success in Washington. D.C, in July. NEOSTEK is a women and minority owned information technology business.

"It was an honor for me to receive the woman government contractor of the year award by American Express, and to be able to bring it back to my team,” said Amina Elgouacem, President, NEOSTEK, Inc.  In the past few years, NEOSTEK has received several awards, making it three times in a row on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in America, awarded the Fantastic 50 award by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce for 50 fastest growing companies in the State of Virginia, as well as Industry recognitions such as #1 Information Governance Service Provider of the Year, GovStar Award, and Brava award for top woman entrepreneurs in the Washington DC region.  Several factors contributed to

JJ Ramberg, Host, Your Business, MSNBC, Amina Elgouacem, President of NEOSTEK, Debbie Grishman, Vice President, Global Content, Global Commercial Services, American Express (Courtesy Photo)

the growth of the business and the awards.  The strategy that sets us apart from the rest is being the best of the best at what we do and focus on doing it really well by combining technology, our agile processes, our subject matter expertise in records and information management, and strategic partnerships with key federal contractors, and product companies that complement our portfolio and our proposed solution set.   We have excelled in applying the right technology to the right problems to support our customers in their mission critical processes."

Founded in 2010, generates 100% of its revenue through working with government agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, the Department of State and the Library of Congress. NEOSTEK, Inc. has experienced a 651.34% boost in revenue growth over three years thanks to its work in government contracting.