96 : CherryRoad Technologies Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $67,246,296
Defense revenue: $63,375,003
Civilian revenue: $3,871,293
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Headquarters: Parsippany, N.J.
Web address: www.cherryroad.com
President/CEO: Tom Ferrando, president and COO
Head of gov't business: Curt Mattingly, vice president, federal practice and Steven Whitaker, director, federal operations
Lines of business: Program management, call center operations, network management, business continuity/disaster recovery, enterprise solutions and logistic systems analysis and support services
Major customers: Army, Navy, Treasury and National Security Agency
Major contracts/projects: Northrop Grumman hired CherryRoad GT as a subcontractor in May 2004 to provide development and support for the Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System, a personnel and pay system for all active and reserve military branches of the Defense Department. CherryRoad is helping map government requirements to the ERP software, providing support to the program management office and assiting with development of the software architecture.
Previous Profile: 2005

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