Leading Provider of Workforce Augmentation solutions, Ranks #92 on the 2012 List
Pleasanton, CA – October 2, 2012
PsiNapse Technology, a leading and recognized Electronic Entertainment, Workforce Augmentation, and Project Management solutions provider, today announced it ranks #92 on the San Francisco Business Times list of "Largest Women Owned Businesses in the Bay Area". This awards program recognizes the women leaders of the Bay Area's 100 largest women-owned companies. PsiNapse is proud to have been named to this list for the six year in a row.
“We are honored with the recognition this represents,” said Sylvia Luneau, President and CEO of PsiNapse. “Our growth is a direct reflection of the dedication of our staff to develop a consistent, successful workforce augmentation program.”
The success of PsiNapse is due in large part to its drive and focus on providing quality customer service to both its clients and its candidates.
To qualify for the San Francisco Business Times list of "Largest Women Owned Businesses in the Bay Area", companies must be privately held women-owned businesses headquartered in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties, and the City of Palo Alto. Rankings are based on fiscal year 2011 companywide revenue.
PsiNapse is a leading and recognized Electronic Entertainment, Workforce Augmentation, and Project Management solutions provider with clients in Electronic Entertainment, Legal, Technology, Government and other verticals that range in size from start-up organizations to Fortune 500 companies. PsiNapse is certified as an 8(m) minority and woman owned enterprise, established in 1998. PsiNapse is headquartered in Pleasanton, California.
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