Ampcus, Inc. – an award-winning certified minority- and women-owned professional services and technology consulting firm headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia – is the Asian American Business Co-Chair of USPAACC’s flagship national event: 30th Anniversary & CelebrAsian Procurement Conference, June 3 – 5, 2015 in Bethesda, Maryland.
Anjali “Ann” Ramakumaran is Ampcus’ Founder and CEO. Ampcus is an ISO 9001:2008; ISO 27001:2005; ISO 20000:2005; and SEI CMMi Level 3 Company doing business with the Federal, State, Local and Commercial Organizations. Ampcus specializes in Big Data, Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, Enterprise wide Solutions (ERP,CRM,EAI,BI), Infrastructure Management, Mobility, Testing and IV&V services.
With a growth rate of 40% annually, Ampcus has a presence in over 40 states, and mentors and teams with other minority- and women-owned businesses.
CelebrAsian is the country’s largest B2B conference convened by Asian Americans to connect with large, medium and small enterprises, representing diverse industries and ranging from $1M to $3 billion.
The conference theme, “Gathering of the Eagles,” symbolizes the far-reaching vision of Asian American business owners who believe the sky is the limit, and that of corporations who have the foresight to create mutually beneficial relationships with Asian Americans.
Rakesh Sachdev, President and CEO of Sigma-Aldrich, is the Conference Chair. Comcast/NBCUniversal, Marriott International, PepsiCo, and Wells Fargo are the Corporate Co-Chairs; DCR WorkForce, Inc. and SevenTablets are also Asian American Business Co-Chairs.
Kicking off the conference is the Chief Procurement Officers (CPO) Forum, where 11 CPOs representing corporate powerhouses AT&T, Wells Fargo, PepsiCo, UPS, TIAA-CREF, Duke Energy, Capital One, Marriott International, Hilton Worldwide, Caesars Entertainment, and Ingersoll Rand are confirmed.
The Procurement Conference will also highlight Asian Americans serving on the Board of Directors of Fortune corporations – Best Buy, Edison International, HP and TJX Companies. They will be honored with the Asian American Corporate Directors’ Awards and will share their journeys to success at the Asian American Corporate Directors’ Forum.
Additional programs include Fast 100 Asian American Businesses Awards, Supplier Diversity Managers’ Caucus, Federal Contracting Town Hall Meeting, Asian American Chambers’ Summit, Doing Business with Pharmaceutical Companies, Business Leaders & Scholarship Awards Luncheon, USPAACC/Wells Fargo Luncheon featuring Under 40 Millionaire Entrepreneurs, Ideas Marketplace: What’s Your Pitch?, Supplier Trade Show and USPAACC’s signature One-on-One Prescheduled Business Matchmaking Meetings with over 600 meetings planned.
To register or to learn more, visit http://www.celebrasianconference.com
ABOUT USPAACC: Founded in 1984 as a national non-profit, non-partisan organization, USPAACC has been the single, unified voice advocating equal opportunities for Asian Americans in the United States. We promote and propel economic growth by opening doors to business, educational and professional opportunities for Asian Americans and their business partners in corporate, government at federal, state, and local levels, and small, minority communities. USPAACC serves as the gateway to Asian American suppliers, information about Asian Americans and the dynamic Asia market.