The Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council Recognizes MicroAutomation as a “Top 100 MBE Award Winner”
Centreville, VA – August 28, 2019. MicroAutomation, a recognized leader in contact center automation and 9-1-1 solutions announced today that the company has been selected by the Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council (CRMSDC) as a 2019 Top 100 MBE® Award winner. This honor goes to those minority owned businesses in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia who demonstrate exceptional entrepreneurial accomplishments, a high level of professionalism, and have made substantial contributions to their community.
CRMSDC, established in 1972, is one of 23 regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, is the only nationally recognized MBE certifying authority. The CRMSDC’s mission is to assist their corporate members in improving the diversification and innovation of their supply chains by connecting them to well developed, certified minority business enterprises.
Sharon R. Pinder, CRMSDC’s President and CEO, says, “Our board of directors and our corporate members congratulate the 2019 Top 100 MBEs® on their stellar accomplishments. We are proud to add MicroAutomation to our circle of leadership.”
“We are proud to receive this prestigious award”, declares Suresh Gursahaney, MicroAutomation’s Founder and CEO. “I am honored to be among such an outstanding group of awardees – each recognized for the strength of their accomplishments and character. I am truly grateful for our customers, partners, staff and community whom we have been able to serve.”
MicroAutomation is an industry-leading consulting, professional services and systems integration company providing advanced contact center solutions across all types of organizations in both the public and private sectors. For over 28 years the company has designed and implemented contact center solutions for Fortune 500 customers and advanced 9-1-1 solutions for civilian and DoD customers domestically and internationally. www.MicroAutomation.com