ProfitOptics is very excited to announce its inclusion in the Fantastic 50, a Virginia Chamber of Commerce award to the fastest growing small businesses in Virginia.

Located in Richmond, VA, ProfitOptics is an IT consulting company and software development firm dedicated to doing the right thing for our clients, our employees and our community. Our passion is increasing profits for our clients through the strategic combination of technology and domain expertise. The three pillars of our business are: Custom software development, system Integration of known software solutions and IT staffing from full outsourcing to project-level support. Our clients range from leaders in industry to Series B startups. In all cases, they have chosen us and continue to rely on us because we understand business, we understand how to innovate with technology, and we exceed expectations in our engagement with clients.

ProfitOptics was founded in the recession of 2008, where we grew from hard work and effective solutions. Our mission is to provide customers with the partnership they need, the best custom software to meet their goals and to reveal the “art of possible.”.

Tony Pericle, founder and President of ProfitOptics attributes this growth to the ProfitOptics team. “The collective efforts of our team have really created the kind of relationships, and subsequently the kind of solutions, that create consistent growth for our clients. Our firm leads with integrity and follows through with innovation, and we hope to continue to find new relationships and foster those we have long into the future.”

About the Fantastic 50:
Virginia’s FANTASTIC 50 award program is a signature event of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce. Now in its 25th year, the FANTASTIC 50 program is the only annual statewide award recognizing Virginia’s fastest growing business.

Nominations for the 2020 FANTASTIC 50 were sought last fall from local chambers of commerce, economic development organizations, and through the sponsors’ networks; companies may also nominate themselves.

To be eligible, a company must be privately held with headquarters in Virginia, show revenues between $200,000 and $200 million, and demonstrate positive revenue growth and positive net income in its most recent fiscal year over the previous year. Companies are judged on four-year revenue history (2015-2018.) The professional service firm Dixon Hughes Goodman verifies all award entries.

The Fantastic 50 award program is sponsored by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Cox Communications, Inc., Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, Dixon Hughes Goodman, J.P. Morgan Chase, Amazon, the Westfields Marriott, SunTrust now Truist , Virginia Business Magazine, In Your Ear Studios, and the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority.