Intelliswift Software, Inc. has been selected as one of the top 5 Technology Companies in The Los Angeles Business Journal’s Largest Minority-Owned Businesses List 2020. The List comprises of the 100 largest Los Angeles County-based Minority-owned Businesses, ranked by 2019 revenue, and Intelliswift came in at the 28th spot, on an overall basis.
Intelliswift is proud to have made the list for the third year in a row; thus, demonstrating true domain expertise across various technology landscapes. Moreover, the award is a validation that Minority-Owned businesses, such as Intelliswift, can navigate the highly competitive markets successfully Year on Year.
Pat Patel, CEO of Intelliswift Software, Inc. said, “It is an honor to be ranked as one of the largest Minority-Owned businesses in Los Angeles County. As a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) we are continuously transforming, and the rapid progress shows our commitment to cultivating a diverse culture and domain expertise. We have always been and continue to be trusted advisors to our partners as well as clients and make sure that by providing innovative solutions, we help them meet their technology needs and achieve business goals.”
About Intelliswift Software, Inc.
At Intelliswift, we are leaders in delivering Digital Product Engineering, Data Management & Analytics, and MSP/VMS staffing solutions to enable more innovative and efficient businesses. Our strategic global locations and delivery centers are home to multidisciplinary teams of technology experts who partner with clients to solve today’s most complex challenges and deliver valuable insights, solutions, and results that impact their business positively. With customer excellence at the core, Intelliswift has established itself as a top service provider, delivering award-winning professional services to over 130+ Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 organizations.
About Los Angeles Business Journal
The Los Angeles Business Journal is a weekly newspaper and online news source in Los Angeles, California, which provides coverage of local business news. The Journal has a weekly print circulation of 24,000 and over 40,000 unique monthly website visitors.