Monthly Archives: January 2010

VisionIT launches new enhanced web site

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(Detroit, MI)

Global information technology leader VisionIT today launched its new Web site. The newly recreated enhances the fast-growth corporation’s Internet presence with its improved navigation and functionality, expanded content, and cutting-edge design.

“Our new site provides much more detail, defining who VisionIT is as a company in 2010 and the services we provide,” said Christine Rice, President of VisionIT. “It also offers users upgraded navigation capabilities, making it easier for people to find the information they want to know about our company.”

Web site development was a primary service VisionIT offered when they opened their doors for business in 1997 during the Internet revolution. Since then, their services have greatly expanded and today they are recognized for delivering quality consulting, managed services, staffing, and vendor management solutions to Fortune 500 companies, large government agencies and public school districts.

Rice believes the new VisionIT Web site matches the company’s stature in the market place. “Our new online presence is representative of the global technology solutions corporation we have become over many years of determination and hard work,” she stated.

Among the many key features found on the homepage of the new is one for people searching for open positions. Job seekers will find positions VisionIT has available in an easy to access ‘For Candidates’ tab toward the bottom of the page along with a link to post their resume directly to the site.

‘About Us’ provides visitors with all the information they need to better familiarize themselves with VisionIT including company history, executive team profiles, awards and certifications, information for suppliers, and an interactive media room with all the latest headlines about this IT solutions leader.

The ‘Services’ tab gives visitors details about the consulting, managed services, staffing, and vendor management solutions they offer, while the ‘Solutions’ tab highlights how VisionIT applies those services by industry.

About VisionIT
VisionIT, Inc. is a global leader in the areas of information technology consulting, managed services, staffing, and vendor management. Now in its 13th year, VisionIT combines focus, agility, streamlined operations, and the most talented people in the industry to deliver unmatched services to many Fortune 500 corporations and large government agencies. With 14 U.S. offices, personnel in 35 U.S. States, and global operations in Mexico, India and the Middle East, VisionIT operates FAST.
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VisionIT CEO selected by President Obama for White House Forum on Modernizing U.S. Government

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(Washington D.C.)

VisionIT CEO David H. Segura, along with some of the nation’s top private sector and federal government leaders, convened in Washington D.C. as part of the Obama Administration’s White House Forum on Modernizing Government, to discuss new ways to leverage technology in improving government operations.

This prestigious group of 50 CEO’s from industry leading corporations convened under the direction of President Barack Obama to identify ways to streamline government operations, improve customer service and maximize the government’s returns on information technology investments.

Segura was selected to participate based upon the growing reputation of VisionIT as a global leader in technology solutions.

“It is a privilege to take part in such an impactful effort to improve government across the board,” said Segura. “We at VisionIT have provided successful technology solutions with outstanding customer service to our many clients and I look forward to sharing many of these proven solutions as part of this monumental discussion.”

Taking place at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, this one-day forum is designed to harness creativity and technology innovation to make government work better and more user-friendly. President Obama opened the forum which also featured additional breakout sessions to dive deeper into the various areas of technology throughout government.

Additional CEO’s representing leading corporations included Dan Hesse of Sprint Nextel, Jeff Fettig of Whirlpool, Indra Nooyi of PepsiCo, Jeff Bewkes of Time Warner, Scott Davis of UPS, Gary Kelly of Southwest Airlines, Pam Nicholson of Enterprise, Chris Hughes of FaceBook, and Klaus Kleinfeld of Alcoa.