DSI Graduates from Accenture’s DSDP, Diverse Supplier Development Program:

Nov. 08, 2012 ”Diversified Systems’ extends its warmest gratitude of appreciation to the Accenture organization for selecting DSI to participate in this prestigious world-class program,” said Archie Williamson after receiving the graduation award in a ceremony conducted at Accenture’s Headquarters in Chicago. ”The guidance and unique perspectives pertaining to our business operation have been truly invaluable”.

The benefits of the 18-month program include the enablement of DSI to continue its growth as a long-time Accenture trusted partner. Building on two primary practices (HHS and ERP) DSI has now added to its practice offerings in the Power and Utilities Industry Sector and Federal Government space.

As a global organization, Accenture is committed to responsibly and proactively engaging with the businesses that are reflective of the communities in which we live and work.

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Pictured below, left to right, are Ray Toomer, Accenture; Carol Attak, Accenture; Mike Beard, DSI; Al Williams, Accenture; Archie Williamson, DSI; and Marilyn Johnson, Accenture.

Accenture established its US Supplier Diversity Program to develop and expand relationships with minority-owned, women-owned, small and other growing companies.

By cultivating an array of relationships, Accenture is able to provide business opportunities to various enterprises, while enabling the long-term success of Accenture. Accenture remains strongly committed to ensuring all suppliers have equal opportunity to participate in the procurement sourcing process.

As part of its ongoing efforts to strengthen our US supplier diversity achievements, Accenture has established the mentoring program, the Diverse Supplier Development Program. As part of this effort, diverse suppliers are partnered with Accenture executives to learn more about Accenture’s business as well as further developing strategies to expand their businesses.

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