Bellevue, WA—October 10, 2014—Protingent® (, a top provider of highly-skilled engineering and IT talent, announced today that the company has been named #100 in Puget Sound Business Journal’s 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in Washington for 2014.

The companies that made this year’s list together recorded more than $2.08 billion in revenue in 2013 and employ more than 8,805 people, increasing the state’s economy and boosting the region’s growth. To qualify for the list, companies must have recorded revenue of at least $500,000 in 2011 and demonstrated revenue growth through 2013. Firms are privately held and headquartered in Washington State. The Puget Sound Business Journal calculates the revenue growth percentages by which the companies are ranked and only the top 100 make the list. This is the fifth time that Protingent has been named to the list, with previous recognition in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2012.

“It’s tough to make repeat appearances, and we’re really pleased to be in such good company as the top 100,” said Donn Harvey. “Contributing to the most recent year’s growth is our rededication to the telecom industry with the launch of our focused Telecom Division and continued expansion into key technology markets in California and Texas. We are seeing continued demand for contingent technology workers across a wide range of industries.”


Protingent® is a top provider of highly-skilled engineering, telecommunications and IT talent for technology business. Over the past 10 years, more than 300 companies have engaged Protingent in order to quickly and cost effectively staff technology projects. Protingent continues to expand its services throughout the United States with offices serving Washington, California, Oregon, and Texas.

Protingent and the company’s logo are trademarks of Protingent. All other trade names and marks are the properties of their respective holders.


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