Carrollton, TX: iT Services 2 (iT2) (also known as v.2 iT Services Inc.), an esteemed boutique SAP Consulting firm, has proudly secured national certifications as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) from the Women’s Business Council – Southwest Certification Committee, a distinguished regional partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). Additionally, the company has attained the Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) certification, enhancing its capacity for government contracting. This marks the seventh consecutive year that iT2 has achieved these prestigious certifications.
iT2’s dedicated SAP consultants collaborate closely with clients, conducting comprehensive assessments of their existing technological infrastructure, workforce, and upcoming projects. This ensures the precise alignment of skill sets necessary to bolster business operations. Instead of simply matching qualifications to job descriptions, iT2 adopts a holistic approach, meticulously evaluating candidates to ensure they seamlessly integrate with an organization’s culture, ethos, and work environment.
Lynne G. McGrew, the visionary founder and president of iT2, noted, “As a firm immersed in daily consultations with clients on talent-related challenges, I witness firsthand the profound value of nurturing a diverse workforce. The attainment of WBE and WOSB certifications fills me with pride. We, at iT2, stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the burgeoning community of successful women-owned businesses across the United States. These certifications present us with a remarkable opportunity to amplify our brand and foster its continued growth.”
The rigorous WBENC national certification standards, overseen by the Women’s Business Council – Southwest Certification Committee, involve a meticulous evaluation of the business, alongside a thorough site inspection. The process is meticulously designed to validate that the business is majority-owned, operated, and managed by women, reaching a threshold of at least 51 percent.
By actively engaging women-owned enterprises in their supply chains, corporations and government entities exemplify their unwavering commitment to cultivating diversity and the sustained evolution of their supplier diversity initiatives.
McGrew affirmed, “We consider ourselves fortunate to collaborate with numerous clients who ardently champion diversity within their organizations and supplier networks. With these newly acquired certifications, we eagerly anticipate forging connections with other progressive-minded entities across both the public and private sectors.”
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