To be grouped with such reputable organizations and have the senate recognize how quickly, and with such quality, MicroAutomation has grown is something we are very proud of.
Centreville, Virginia (PRWEB) September 21, 2011
The 29th Annual Virginia Forum for Excellence was held September 8th, 2011. At this event Bill Bowling, Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor, was present to congratulate the Virginia “12 to Watch” businesses as fully meeting the program’s criteria. MicroAutomation, a leader in contact center solutions, was acknowledged at this event.
The criteria to be chosen for this honor are not easy. Businesses are evaluated based on the high level requirements of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Baldridge Criteria for Excellence. Those selected are ones considered poised for sustainable and positive growth through their continued adherence of these principles.
“MicroAutomation is proud to be a part of this program,” stated Scott Fischer, MicroAutomation COO. “To be grouped with such reputable organizations and have the senate recognize how quickly, and with such quality, our organization has grown is something we are very proud of.”
According to Jo Rohr, Virginia SPQA’s Board Chair, “small businesses are the engine of job creation – for those small businesses that are ready, Virginia SPQA has created a special effort intended to assist a selected few to prepare for the challenges of growth within the context of our nation’s standard for performance excellence.”
To read more about the Virginia SPQA, click here.
About MicroAutomation, Inc.
Commercial, government and 911 customers worldwide have benefited from MicroAutomation’s expert design, development, deployment and support of their contact centers for over 20 years. Outstanding creativity, the ingenuity and forethought of our engineers and partnerships with a wide-range of leaders in our industry allow us to continually provide our clients solutions that surpass expectations. http://www.microautomation.com