WorkSmart Selected As Finalist For Corporate Citizenship Award
Research Triangle Park, N.C. – WorkSmart, a leading provider of Information Technology services and solutions in North Carolina, announced today that they have been selected as a finalist in this year’s 21 Awards presented by the North Carolina Technology Association. Their nomination is in the category of Excellence in Corporate Citizenship.
WorkSmart was selected as a finalist for their work in giving back to the community. Over the past several years, they have partnered with nonprofits including the Susan G. Komen for the Cure NC Triangle Affiliate, Meals on Wheels, The Great Human Race, Habitat for Humanity Wake County and the National MS Society to raise funds and provide mission-critical IT services and support. Additionally, employees are given one paid day off per year to complete volunteer work.
“The finalists for this year’s 21 Awards truly represent the best that North Carolina’s technology industry has to offer,” said Brooks Raiford, President and CEO of NCTA. “WorkSmart has distinguished itself as a company leading the way in innovation and we are proud to recognize them as a finalist for the Corporate Citizenship Company Award.”
The theme for this year’s awards, which are designed to celebrate innovation and excellence in North Carolina, is “Survivor: Outtech, Outdevelop, Outlead.” The awards categories include technology industry, excellence, stage of development and leadership. The winners will be announced at the NCTA 21 Awards Gala to be held on November 12th at the Embassy Suites in Cary.
“we are dedicated to servicing our clients, and we are strongly committed to our community,” said Ron Unger, CEO. “An award nomination that recognizes our efforts is a real accomplishment: we are all very proud.”
WorkSmart provides Information Technology services and solutions to business, government, and education throughout North Carolina and surrounding states. With the philosophy that reliable IT services require dedication, responsiveness, and accountability, WorkSmart partners with clients to provide managed services, onsite and helpdesk support, computer network design and implementation services, and web development. They are headquartered in Raleigh-Durham with branch-offices in Charlotte and Greensboro and onsite support partners across the U.S. Visit http://www.worksmart.com to learn more.