PRC: A Certified Minority Business Enterprise

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Professional Research Consultants, Inc. (PRC) has been certified as a Minority Business Enterprise.

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Professional Research Consultants, Inc. President and CEO Joe Inguanzo, Ph. D.

I'm proud to have founded a company that guides our clients to improve performance and achieve excellence.

Professional Research Consultants, Inc. (PRC), has been certified as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) by the Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council, an affiliate regional council of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC). As a certified MBE, PRC is part of an expansive network of national and regional organizations.

Many Fortune 1000 companies in America have supplier diversity programs in place. These programs are specifically designed for large companies to source products and services from minority-owned businesses. They do this to align their businesses with the shifting demographic profile of the United States and to reflect the customers they serve. These companies recognize that a diverse supply base offers a competitive advantage in today’s multicultural business economy.

PRC was founded in Omaha, Nebraska in 1980 by Dr. José Inguanzo. Inguanzo was born and raised on the island of Cuba. On July 4, 1962, José and his mother, sisters and brother arrived in Miami. In just a few months, his mother had received an offer to teach Spanish in Burwell, Nebraska, and, by December 1962, the family had settled into its new home on the Great Plains.

Today, PRC brings excellence to healthcare through custom market research designed to improve performance. It remains the largest privately held market research and performance improvement firm dedicated solely to the healthcare industry. In addition to being a certified vendor for government-mandated CAHPS surveys, PRC also provides custom research services that measure community perceptions, brand positions, patient experience, physician engagement, and employee engagement. PRC also conducts community health needs assessments in accordance with IRS guidelines.

"In healthcare, you need people who really care about their patients; you need people who provide excellent care. But how can you be excellent, if you don't measure it? I'm proud to have founded a company that guides our clients to improve performance and achieve excellence," said Inguanzo.

Learn more about the National Minority Supplier Development Council. For more information about PRC, visit http://www.PRCCustomResearch.com.

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