We’re committed to giving veterans the support they need as they embark on business and franchise endeavors.
Allen, Texas (PRWEB) June 12, 2013
Corrigo, the creator of the Work Order Network, a powerful multisite facilities management solution, recently announced its support for VetFran, a program that offers training, mentoring and financial incentives to veterans interested in owning their own small businesses or franchises.
VetFran, an initiative of the International Franchise Association (IFA), is geared toward helping veterans of the U.S. armed forces establish themselves as entrepreneurs and business professionals. Corrigo is a member of the IFA and will offer special incentives specifically targeted to benefit VetFran participants.
“We applaud Corrigo for their deep commitment to IFA’s efforts to help veterans,” said Steve Caldeira, President & CEO of IFA. “We encourage all franchise businesses, including franchisors and franchisees, to answer the call to offer business ownership and career opportunities to veterans, military spouses and wounded warriors. Not only is this critical for the economic and social stability of veterans and their families, but it is an important component of the U.S. economic recovery.”
Corrigo’s Work Order Network allows its users to connect to a powerful line of communications and analytics software, which provide a higher degree of oversight and greater ease in managing facilities. It serves as a valuable financial tool when coordinating facilities management needs.
“The Work Order Network is an outstanding tool for people who need to gain control over their small businesses or franchises,” said John Dynes, a Navy veteran and Director of National Accounts at Corrigo. “America’s veterans deserve every opportunity to succeed upon reentering the job market. Those who choose to start up a small business or operate a franchise face a lot of challenges, but the Work Order Network gives them an advantage. The network helps them more effectively manage their facilities and control their costs.”
“We are proud to support American veterans through this outstanding VetFran program,” said John Phillips, President and CEO of Corrigo. “It’s no secret that our servicemen and women have the drive, determination and work ethic needed to succeed in the business world. We’re committed to giving veterans the support they need as they embark on business and franchise endeavors.”
For more information about VetFran and the various initiatives and benefits the organization provides to returning veterans, visit http://www.vetfran.com. To learn more about Corrigo and the Work Order Network, go to http://www.corrigo.com.