As part of our continuing leadership in Information Technology, we maintain affiliations with the following respected organizations.
The International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) represents Microsoft´s best partners around the globe. Since 1994, our organization has been a strong, collective voice for Partners to Microsoft and the IT community. We also provide the industry’s best way to develop partner to partner business opportunities and accelerate growth.
For nearly 50 years, PMI has played a significant role in the growth of individuals who call the practice of project, program, and portfolio management their profession. In the last half century, project management has grown into a valued organization competency. As technology impacts the work we do and enables customers to be involved in every part of the business value chain, the Institute remains steadfast in its effort to drive value by making project management indispensable for business results.
Over 70% of US Fortune 100 enterprises have SAFe certified professionals continuously delivering value on a regular and predictable schedule. These individuals leverage the SAFe Principles to make them more Agile in the marketplace and more competitive in their industry. SAFe is a mature framework that translates to across-the-board improvements for both customers and employees.
The goal of ITIL is not “business and IT alignment” or “competitive advantage from IT investments.” Instead, its first goal is to stabilize service operation. This builds a base for the second goal: increasing value through service optimization. You must have clear-cut, documented, and managed expectations for each activity, and order is vital. Success requires that you stabilize service delivery before trying to optimize. Focusing on the correct goal and linking each ITIL task to that goal is the correct use of ITIL.
Our mission is to fuel economic growth globally by identifying, certifying, and facilitating the development of women-owned businesses. The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is the largest certifier of women-owned businesses in the U.S. and a leading advocate for women business owners and entrepreneurs.We believe diversity promotes innovation, opens doors, and creates partnerships that fuel the economy. That’s why we provide the most relied upon certification standard for women-owned businesses and the tools to help them succeed.
The Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises is charged with certifying small, minority and women-owned businesses to facilitate their participation in public contracting and procurement. This is accomplished through a comprehensive certification process and education. The outcome-successful small businesses led by minorities, women and veterans help make our economy and our families more resilient,strengthening our communities and improving the quality of life for all Washingtonians.