SALEM, N.H.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WEI, a New England-based technology company, has been honored by the National Minority Supplier Development Council, NMSDC, as Class IV 2016 Supplier of the Year, joining an elite group of minority-owned businesses nationwide who are making technological leaps and bounds. WEI was nominated by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.
There are four categories of NMSDC’s Supplier of the Year award, based on annual sales; one company from each class is honored with the recognition. They include:
- Class I: For firms with less than $1 million in sales
- Class II: For firms with $1 million to $10 million in sales
- Class III: For firms with $10 million to $50 million in sales
- Class IV: For firms with more than $50 million in sales
According to the NMSDC, “These minority businesses have distinguished themselves by successfully demonstrating growth in sales and employment while overcoming significant obstacles, consistently providing high quality products, services and solutions at competitive prices, and significantly contributing to the growth and development of their communities. The corporations exhibit extraordinary support of and positive impact on minority supplier development in various areas, including the implementation and maintenance of world-class minority supplier development processes, providing access to capital and sourcing minority suppliers in non-traditional categories.”
A long-standing member of the NMSDC, WEI offers custom IT solutions and technical support to Fortune 500 corporations, government agencies, healthcare organizations, universities, financial institutions, associations and organizations.
“We are incredibly honored to have been named NMSDC’s Supplier of the Year,” said WEI founder Belisario Rosas. “It was a great experience to attend the NMSDC conference and get to know other minority business leaders from around the nation. We would like to thank our clients, partners and outstanding team members for helping us grow and thrive in today’s digital marketplace.”
Earlier this year, WEI was named Supplier of the Year by the Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council, which is a non-profit affiliate of the NMSDC. They also ranked in the top 100 of CRN and The Channel Company’s Solution Provider 500 list, which recognizes highly accomplished leaders in the IT channel, and were awarded CVS Health’s 2015 Innovator of the Year award.
The NMSDC serves to advance business opportunities for certified Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American business enterprises and connects them to corporate members. One of the nation’s leading corporate membership organizations, the NMSDC provides increased procurement of new client leads and business opportunities for minority businesses of all sizes by certifying companies on behalf of corporate members, aiding in the development of diversity programs, connecting through signature networking events and advocating on behalf of each minority member.
WEI is an expert in business technology improvement, helping clients optimize their compute environments and work efficiently. WEI works with clients to integrate corporate strategy, new technologies and their current IT environment into one company-wide model to increase utilization and efficiencies around their unique business processes.
WEI’s clients benefit from a strong focus on customer satisfaction and attention to detail. They combine cutting edge technology with architectural design, value-added services, onsite training, integration, testing labs and a commitment to quality. From solution design through implementation, WEI’s sales and technical team remains focused on providing unwavering support throughout a project. For more information please visit www.WEI.com.
The National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) advances business opportunities for certified minority enterprises and connects them to corporate members. Membership includes some of America's largest publicly-owned, privately-owned and foreign-owned companies, as well as universities, hospitals and other buying institutions. Please visit http://www.nmsdc.org for more information.