Friday, May 17, 2013

NextGen Named Hispanic Company of the Year!

ST. LOUIS, May 14, 2013 ---NextGen Information Services, Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm specializing in information technology and customized recruiting solutions has been awarded as the Hispanic Company of the Year by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis.
 Carmen Jacob, President and Founder of NextGen, accepted the award on behalf of the company, at the recently held Adelante Awards Gala, hosted by the Hispanic Chamber. The annual event celebrates the founding of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in St. Louis as well as the achievements of individuals, entrepreneurs and corporations in St. Louis that have mirrored the Chamber’s mission and have made a significant contribution to the community at large.
 NextGen Information Services, Inc. is a Certified Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise and Certified by the State of Missouri and the Minority Supplier Development Council.  A native of Guatemala, Jacob helped established NextGen in 1997 and has spearheaded the corporation’s commitment to diversity.  Throughout the years, NextGen has received numerous honors and awards for this commitment and their achievements from Inc. Magazine, the St. Louis Business Journal, and
 According to Jacob, “We are thrilled and happy to receive such an important award and we look forward to continuing our commitment to diversity in the workplace and being an integral part of the efforts of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.”
 NextGen Information Services, Inc. is a leading information technology and professional staffing and recruiting firm providing Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and emerging tech organizations with a diverse talent community. The $70+ million company headquartered in St. Louis, has satellite offices across the country and 300+ billable consultants.  The firm has recently been named as one of the top privately held companies and fastest growing companies in St. Louis by the St. Louis Business Journal. 
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