As a Charlottesville technology company, we're committed to ensuring that local women and girls are empowered to pursue careers in the field.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (PRWEB) May 05, 2020
PunchOut2Go, the Charlottesville-based cloud B2B eCommerce integration provider, today announced its sponsorship of Charlottesville Women in Tech/Tech Girls (CWIT). CWIT supports, connects, and provides resources for girls and women with an interest in careers in technology, science, and engineering.
As a CWIT Silver Sponsor, PunchOut2Go will provide funds to support key activities for emerging and established professionals in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) careers, including CWIT's Tech Girls programs, summer programs, and associated events.
PunchOut2Go is a global cloud Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) provider. PunchOut2Go creates integration and automation solutions to facilitate streamlined B2B procurement. The PunchOut2Go iPaaS allows any eCommerce store to integrate with any eProcurement platform, enabling automation features that include PunchOut catalogs, B2B sales order automation, eInvoicing, and eQuotes.
"PunchOut2Go is proud to support CWIT in its mission to help girls and women to overcome the gender disparity in the technology industry," said PunchOut2Go CEO and Co-Founder Brady Behrman. "As a Charlottesville technology company, we're committed to ensuring that local women and girls are empowered to pursue careers in the field. CWIT is a wonderful organization doing important work to support girls and women by providing valuable training and mentoring."
"We are thrilled to be working with PunchOut2Go,” says Elaine Cheng, CWIT’s Sponsorship Director. “They share our commitment to building our local tech community and the need to have more women in technology careers. PunchOut2Go's support means we can continue to provide valuable events, networking, programs and education to the Charlottesville community at little to no cost. We look forward to a long relationship."
Charlottesville Women in Tech/Tech Girls (CWIT) is an organization for emerging and established professionals that provides human connections and resources for women and girls interested in or associated with technology. CWIT is committed to closing the technology gender gap by providing a safe and welcoming environment for women and girls to connect, learn and collaborate in Charlottesville. supporting girls and women with programs and learning opportunities.
Sponsorship from PunchOut2Go will help CWIT to continue its efforts to expand resources for women in technology and support girls and women through their education and into their careers in the tech industry.
PunchOut2Go is a global B2B integration company specializing in connecting commerce business platforms with eProcurement spend management and enterprise resource planning applications, allowing companies around the world to streamline purchasing processes and transact electronically. Harnessing the power of the cloud, PunchOut2Go’s flexible iPaaS technology seamlessly links business applications to automate the flow of purchasing data and reduces integration complexities for PunchOut catalogs, electronic purchase orders, eInvoices, and other B2B sales order automation documents in order to accelerate business results. Learn more at http://www.punchout2go.com.
About Charlottesville Women in Tech (CWIT):
Charlottesville Women in Tech (CWIT) is an organization for emerging and established professionals that provides human connections and resources for women and girls interested in or associated with technology. Our vision is to bridge the gender gap in tech by providing a safe and welcoming environment for women and girls to connect, learn and collaborate in Charlottesville. We host monthly meetings that include speakers on tech topics and allow for networking with other local women. Events are free and open to all women in our community. Through our Tech-Girls program, we collaborate with volunteers and organizations to run programs focused on fostering girls' interest and confidence in STEM education. Learn more at http://www.cvillewomen.tech.