ProSphere Named 2018 Military Friendly ® Employer

Posted by Corporate Communications on 11/30/2017

As I printed the long application (190 pages to be exact), I thought to myself - How is ProSphere, a small Veteran-owned business, ever going to be able to answer all of the questions in this survey? The Military Friendly designation seemed destined for a larger company with resources...and a PR team. Several months later and with the help of my dream team, the results were in.

We did it! On November 21, 2017, ProSphere was named a 2018 Military Friendly ® Employer. And in the Top 10 at that.

ProSphere Named Fastest Growing Company for 2017

Posted on 10/19/2017

ProSphere is proud to announce that it has been recognized by the Washington Business Journal as one of the 50 Fastest Growing Companies in the Washington, D.C. area. This honor is being awarded as a result of sustained revenue growth over the past three years. 

On October 19, 2017, ProSphere was recognized at the Washington Business Journal's annual award presentation at The Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner. The ranking of each company was revealed at the presentation. ProSphere ranked 28 on the list.

ProSphere Named Influencer in V3 Program

Posted by Corporate Communications on 09/29/2017

ProSphere recently received the Virginia Values Veterans (V3) ‘Influencer’ Award presented by Governor Terrence R. McAuliffe. The award was presented at the 5th Annual V3 Awards during the Virginia Workforce Conference that was held in Richmond, Va on September 28. This ceremony recognizes V3-Certified Companies for their commitment to creating and increasing employment opportunities for Veterans specifically in Virginia. ProSphere entered the V3 program in March and has since exceeded its yearly Veterans hiring goal. Currently, Veterans make up almost 20% of ProSphere’s workforce.

Adopting Artificial Intelligence

Posted on 07/10/2017

Just the other day we were talking about Watson, the leading AI platform for business, and Einstein, the AI that powers the worlds #1 CRM, during a Salesforce training program and how that level of intelligent customer engagement is changing the delivery of information. With the amount of data that we are all generating now the key is finding out how to aggregate and manage it and then make it work for us. There are some early adopters of AI like the Army and the US Census Bureau but it’s still taking its first steps.

The Cost of Maintaining Legacy Systems

Posted on 06/13/2017

Many Government agencies are spending millions to maintain their legacy systems as opposed to replacing it. As this article states, “And throughout government, legacy systems account for over two-thirds of the annual IT spend.” While this article is a little bit older, it still holds true today. Legacy issues are still very real.

Read more here.

Embracing the Cloud

Posted on 06/01/2017

Every new technology must go through a cycle of maturity. Beginning with buzz-word status, moving to reliable and proven. As new technologies migrate through this cycle, Federal Government agencies must delicately balance between “bleeding edge” status (too risky) and “dinosaur” (too late) paces of adoption. Prudence has its place and should be exercised before widely adopting new technologies (remember the Apple Newton?), given the potential impact and buying power of most agencies. However, agencies should not wait too long as the expectation of constituents has the potential to outpace t

ProSphere Tops Washington Business Journal’s List of Fastest Growing Companies

Posted on 10/27/2016

Pro-Sphere Tek, Inc. (ProSphere) is ranked number three on the 2016 Washington Business Journal’s list for Fastest Growing Companies in the DC area. ProSphere’s placement on the list was announced at an awards event October 27th at Tysons Corner, Va. The company’s number three rank is based on maintaining high growth across three consecutive years. ProSphere has realized annual growth both in revenues and people at a rate of 100% each year for the past 5 years, growing from about 50 employees to nearly 300.