Tallahassee, Florida – ISF, a nationwide management consulting and information technology firm has joined the The Florida Technology Council (FTC), an association exclusively focused on the needs of the technology sector. With offices in Florida and Texas, ISF specializes in helping businesses and governments improve operations and increase efficiency.
“ISF is thrilled to join the FTC and begin working with our fellow members. For too long the technology sector has lacked a dedicated voice in Florida government and the FTC has quickly shown that it has the knowledge and leadership to be an effective advocate for our industry,” said CEO Cyndy Loomis.
“ISF’s decades of experience will be an immediate asset as the FTC furthers our mission of both advocating for the technology sector and being a trusted source of information as Florida government continues into the 21st century,” said James Taylor, Executive Director of the FTC.
The FTC’s mission statement is to provide a trusted voice in Florida’s capital city for lawmakers, regulators, CIOs, procurement officials and staff to interact with as they seek information from the technology sector.
The FTC board includes leading information technology companies, such as Advanced Systems Design, AT&T, CNLBank, Five Points Technology Group, Kyra Solutions, SAS, Scholastic and Uber Operations.
For more information on the Florida Technology Council and its effort, please visit FLTechCouncil.com, follow us on Twitter @FLTechCouncil and like us on Facebook at FB.com/FLTechCouncil. To join FTC’s effort, please contact Executive Director James Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Press release credit to The Florida Technology Council