PeopleTec Annual Revenue, Competitors, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- PeopleTec's estimated annual revenue is currently $89.6M per year.
- PeopleTec's estimated revenue per employee is $308,000
- PeopleTec has 291 Employees.
- PeopleTec grew their employee count by 8% last year.
- PeopleTec currently has 1 job openings.
|Jim Slaughter||Director||Email Available|
|Tasha Wiley||Quality Assurance Manager / Software Development Manager||Email Available|
|Andrea Lavender||Hr Business Partner||Email Available|
|James Sommers||Program Manager||Email Available|
|Eric Wainwright||Senior Program Manager||Email Available|
|George Krym||Contract Program Manager||Email Available|
|Winford Maneice||Information Assurance Manager\software Engineer||Email Available|
|Nikki Kincaid||Assistant VP, Marketing & Communications|
|Marsha Latham||Director of Legal Compliance||Email Available|
|Ron Sill||Business Owner|
What Is PeopleTec?
PeopleTec is an employee-owned company that provides industry leading research, development & engineering support essential to our nation's space and defense programs. Our approach to every challenge is deliberate: consistently deliver the most innovative, cost effective solution to our customers. Our success is defined by our customers' success. PeopleTec's extensive engineering experience and broad expertise provides a strong foundation for the rapid application of the resources required to meet our customer's challenges. Our outstanding staff and their commitment to solutions ensure we remain agile to meet our customers' most demanding engineering needs.keywords:Human Resources Hr
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