Summit Information Solutions, Inc.

  • Computer Systems Designers & Consultants
11545 Nuckols Road, Suite B
Glen Allen, VA 23059
(804) 201-4399
(866) 231-7866
(804) 201-4382 (fax)
  • About

    Summit is celebrating our 15th anniversary and honored to be recognized by Virginia Business Magazine as one of the Best Places to Work in Virginia. It’s our third year on the list and a testament to our dedicated team members.

    Summit provides value-add management and technology-based consulting services. These span from evaluation and recommendation, change management, program and project management, software development, technology evaluation, and systems engineering. Our customers include federal and local government, commercial businesses, and non-profit organizations.

    Faster Delivery – Rapid delivery through deep subject matter expertise.
    Lower Cost – Maximize proven delivery practices.
    Lower Risk – Experienced leadership providing extensive knowledge of people, processes, and technology.
    Flexibility – We work side-by-side with your team to quickly identify challenges and issues and create recommendations for improving your company’s success.

    Summit has a proven track record of delivering projects in complex and dynamic business and technical environments. Summit brings extensive industry experience and has built a reputation of being extremely laser-focused on ensuring business success and value for each customer.

    Summit is certified by the Small Business Administration (SBA) as an 8(a) company (small, woman-owned, disadvantaged business) and by the Department of Transportation (DOT) as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE). Summit is also certified in the Commonwealth of Virginia as a Small, Woman-owned, and Minority-owned (SWaM) business.

  • Whom to Contact

    • Shuganti Caradonna
      President

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