(Washington, DC) — Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship Ranking Member Ben Cardin (D-Md.) today named Precise Software Solutions, an innovative Information Technology (IT) firm based in Rockville that helps government and private sector clients modernize their IT systems, as the U.S. Senate Small Business of the Week.
Last week, Precise CEO Dr. Zhensen Huang was honored by the U.S. Small Business Administration during National Small Business Week and was named the 2019 Maryland Small Business Person of the Year.
“As Ranking Member of the United States Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, it is my pleasure to honor Precise Software Solutions as the Senate Small Business of the Week.
“Precise Software is an innovative Information Technology firm that helps government and private sector clients modernize their IT systems.
“After years of working for large government contractors, Dr. Zhensen Huang founded Precise Software in 2003 to provide clients with more effective solutions. In the years since, the company has grown to include more than 150 employees, and between 2015 and 2017, it increased revenue from $6.5 million annually to $17.5 million.
“It is no surprise why the Small Business Administration selected Dr. Huang as the 2019 Maryland Small Business Person of the Year.
“Dr. Huang, who immigrated to the United States from China, is an example of the many ways immigrants contribute to our society and the embodiment of the American Dream. He is also a product of the State of Maryland’s investments in the Information Technology sector—having completed his Masters and PhD in Information Systems at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, where he is currently training the next generation of Maryland IT professionals as a professor.
“I am proud to honor Dr. Huang and his colleagues at Precise Software as the Senate Small Business of the Week, and I wish them continued success.”
As Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Senator Cardin continues the tradition of honoring America’s small businesses and entrepreneurs. The Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship oversees proposed legislation on matters relating to the Small Business Administration and investigates all problems relating to America’s small businesses.