Zoyto Recognizes Employees Who Earned Their Six Sigma Business White Belt Certification

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Houston-based Zoyto, the business process service provider, recognizes nearly 25 percent of its administrative and management staff who recently earned Six Sigma Business White Belt Certifications.

In a ceremony held at the company’s Houston, Texas headquarters, Zoyto founder and CEO, Chris Hollis along with Vice President of Global Operations, James Morris recognized employees who successfully earned their Six Sigma White Belt Certifications. The employees, from all departments within the company, completed an online course and passed tests designed to introduce individuals to the concepts of Lean Six Sigma, a disciplined, data-driven methodology for eliminating defects or inefficiencies. Six Sigma is a business management strategy that is applicable in any process – from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.

“I am particularly proud that these individuals took personal time to complete the course and earn their White Belts,” said Chris Hollis, who founded Zoyto in 1998 to provide fulfillment and operational support for companies seeking to outsource non-core functions such as order processing, reverse logistics, supply chain management, distribution and call center activities, “Their willingness exemplifies the attitude and dedication that allows Zoyto to make a positive impact for each of our clients.”

These employees, who represented nearly 25 percent of Zoyto’s administrative and management staff, join others at the company who have earned Six Sigma certification belts ranging from white through green. At present nearly one third of the staff holds some level of Six Sigma certification and employees who have a belt are encouraged to advance in their training. The company, which supports clients of all sizes, from start-ups to Fortune 500 firms, uses the Lean Six Sigma approach to ensure consistent results and to continuously identify areas of opportunity for efficiency and service improvement.

According to James Morris, “Having so many people within the organization trained in Six Sigma gives us a real advantage. It means that people at all levels and within various departments quickly understand project objectives and processes. Communication is enhanced and that helps us exceed our clients’ expectations.”

The course was offered through Robbins International, a firm Zoyto uses for Six Sigma training programs. Throughout its history Zoyto has invested extensively in the training of personnel and the development of processes and systems to improve productivity and lower costs for its clients.

About Zoyto
Zoyto is a global business process solutions provider with a diverse client base. The company provides fully integrated web applications, proactive customer care solutions, procurement and fulfillment services. Zoyto offers a broad array of customized outsourcing solutions including product fulfillment, distribution, order processing, returns management, IT development, supply chain management, warehousing, inventory management, customized e-commerce, call center applications, product assembly and financial services. The company was formed in 1998 with the objective of delivering “perfect orders” for its clients by providing unequaled levels of service, flexibility and responsiveness. Zoyto’s transactional-based solutions bridge technology and operational gaps, enabling our clients to focus resources on their core business competencies. Zoyto is headquartered in Houston. For more information call toll-free 866.GoZoyto or visit http://www.zoyto.com.


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