WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 2017 — Erika Flora, CEO of IT Service Management consulting firm Beyond20 was last week named one of the top 100 Technologists of Hispanic Descent in the United States by the Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC). Flora, co-founder of Beyond20 and long-time ITSM and project management consultant was honored along with fellow HITEC 100 winners at a November 2nd gala in Silicon Valley.
Since 2008, HITEC has compiled a comprehensive list featuring the top 100 most influential and notable Hispanic Professionals in the Information Technology Industry called the “HITEC 100”. More than 500 were present for this year's gala, all in an effort to further advance diversity in the Information Technology industry and to push and pull up other Hispanics within IT.
“I'm excited to be a part of this fantastic community of leaders helping other Hispanics get into and move up in IT,” said Flora. “The awards gala was a wonderful event. It was an honor to be among such truly dynamic leaders.”
Beyond20 is a technology-enabled services firm focused on transformative Project Management and IT Service Management solutions to support the practical implementation of Best Practice. Beyond20 is a Cherwell Preferred partner, with several of the world's largest and most complex Cherwell Service Management implementations to its credit. The company's experienced team has developed numerous customer solutions leveraging Cherwell's Codeless Business Application Platform, and was awarded “Most Innovative Use of Cherwell” at the 2014 Cherwell Global Conference. Additionally, the firm is a Microsoft PPM Gold Certified Partner, Bomgar Gold Partner, and Solarwinds Authorized Partner. All of the company's consultants and trainers are ITIL, Scrum, and ISO 20k certified and have extensive practical experience.
The Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) is a premier global executive leadership organization of senior business and IT executives who have built outstanding careers in information technology. HITEC's premier network spans the Americas and is focused on building stronger technology and executive leaders, leadership teams, corporations, and role models in a rapidly changing, flatter, and information technology centric world. These global leaders include executives leading Global 1000 corporations while others lead some of the largest Hispanic-owned IT firms across the Americas.
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