Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 26, 2014
Seilevel, a business analysis consulting firm, announced that it has officially been certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) as an Asian-American owned business, and now qualifies as a minority-owned company on a national level.
Chartered in 1972, NMSDC advances business opportunities for certified Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American business enterprises and connects them to corporate members. NMSDC has 37 Affiliate Regional Councils located throughout the country, which are responsible for certifying business applicants using nationally established guidelines. NMSDC’s rigorous certification process is considered the gold standard for certifying minority-owned businesses by corporate America.
“Although Seilevel has been locally certified as an MBE for years, we are thrilled to finally be recognized at the national level,” said Rob Sparks, Vice President at Seilevel. “This certification is mutually beneficial for both Seilevel and our clients, who often work to achieve federally established goals for MBE engagement with their preferred vendors.”
As a certified MBE, Seilevel is now a part of NMSDC’s network of corporate and small businesses national database. Benefits include access to NMSDC’s Advanced Management Education Program, business opportunity fairs, networking opportunities and working capital loans through the agency’s Business Consortium Fund.
Based in Austin, Texas, Seilevel attended last year’s NMSDC’s national annual event in San Antonio late October to begin engaging with local entities, and continues to become more involved through regional events. The company will have a presence at the upcoming Minority Business Opportunity Day in Los Angeles on March 5 – 6, 2014, as well as the 47th annual Chicago Business Opportunity Fair April 10 – 11, 2014.
Founded in 2000, Seilevel is a business analysis consulting company whose mission is to redefine the way software requirements are created. Seilevel provides business analyst staffing, assessment, mentoring, and training services for F1000 companies. Their product management approach uses visual models and defined business objectives to validate the need for every requirement, identifying gaps and redundancies, and ultimately cutting scope and costs of projects. Seilevel’s unique method teaches project teams to be more effective, so the software created is successful and delivers the intended business value.