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Blue Star Software Exceeds Revenue Growth Expectations

FALLS CHURCH, Va., Dec. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Star Software, providers of IT support services to the United States Intelligence Community (IC), announced that the company has exceeded revenue expectations for the third year in a row.

"We had an ambitious goal set for 2012 after strong years in both 2010 and 2011, but we were able to achieve our annual goal by the end of the third quarter," said Dan Sherwell, president of Blue Star Software. "The company has been growing rapidly. We are very grateful to our clients, who have renewed projects and brought us into new opportunities, as well as to our team, whose hard work and dedication is much appreciated."

"We look forward to continued growth in 2013," added Sherwell. "We are seeing strong demand for our core technical capabilities, which include Java, big data, cloud computing, machine learning, and Ruby on Rails. Our latest area of focus is mobile development, which is becoming an essential component of more and more systems."

About Blue Star Software

Blue Star Software provides highly-skilled software engineers and technical experts with current security clearances to the United States Intelligence Community (IC). The company's IT professionals can immediately extend existing IC service teams or boost surge capabilities in a wide variety of areas, including enterprise software and systems engineering, and software remediation and legacy modernization. Blue Star Software, which is headquartered in Falls Church, VA, maintains a website at www.bstarsoftware.com.

 


 

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