For Immediate Release
Washington, NY February 21,
Prism Visual Software, Inc., received the "Outstanding Technology Firm Award 2001" from the National Minority Business Council, Inc. (NMBC) during the 22nd Annual Business Award Luncheon at the New York Hilton Hotel and Towers on February 21, 2002.
After a warm welcome from the
founder of the NMBC, John F.
Robinson, president and CEO,
the Luncheon's keynote address
was given by Pamela P. Flaherty,
Senior Vice President of Global
Community Relations at Citigroup.
Flaherty, the very first chairwoman
of the Council, praised the
work of the NMBC for its longstanding
commitment to minority and women
businesses in the United States.
When Lorraine Keating, President and CEO of Prism Visual Software, Inc. , accepted the award, a soaring silved-coated eagle. Keating said: "The Prism-team and I accept most gratefully this recognition of our software. We have worked tirelessly to build Prism's software, and we never tire of our awards! The award by the NMBC is a great honor for us, following Computerworld's award "Top 100 Emerging Companies To Watch in 2002. We are proud that our software solutions ServQuest, RoadQuest, and ServMeter have received such distinguished recognition. Thank you!"