Mobomo, LLC Ranked #14 in Washington Business Journal’s Top-Performing Small Technology Companies


The Washington Business Journal has released a ranked list of the Top-Performing Small Technology Companies in the greater D.C. area. As part of the evaluation process of these companies, the Journal reviewed revenue from 2020 and only companies with fewer than 150 total employees headquartered in the DMV region could qualify. For the second year in a row, Mobomo, LLC is proud to be seated as the 14th top-performing company, rising from the 23rd spot last year.

This placement showcases not only the tremendous growth of our organization, but also how well our company can adapt and continue progressing under new circumstances. While the 2020 pandemic effected many companies, Mobomo was fortunate to have already been well-situated for a virtual climate.  This allowed our business to stay on track and continue to grow and thrive.

“This year, our team has accumulated many successes and awards between both client work and our company successes in general. I could not be more grateful for the passion and hard work they bring every day that has allowed our company to grow from spot 23 to spot 14 in just one year.” Brian Lacey, CEO of Mobomo.

The full list of companies included can be found here:

About Mobomo: 

Mobomo, LLC is a premier mobile, web, and cloud application development company that has extensive experience in creating award-winning, agile, human-centered design, and providing DevSecOps capabilities.

Mobomo has helped revolutionize the digital federal landscape through our innovative designs of high performing websites and applications that are engineered to fit the needs of government agencies.

About Washington Business Journal:

The Washington Business Journal is the leading source for business news and data for the Washington, D.C., region. The Business Journal publishes all the information and insights you need to succeed in business — through the weekly edition, website, email products and our events and awards programs. Owned by parent company, American City Business Journals – the Business Journals brands are recognized on the local level in 43 markets and have 400+ journalists entrenched in their local markets and industries.