Technology company Sciberus Inc. was recently named a 2012 Supplier of the Year by the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC).

The award, presented at the 30th Annual Spirit of Alliance Awards Gala, recognizes certified minority business enterprises (MBE) committed to minority supplier development. As one of four MBEs chosen, Sciberus was awarded the Tier II Supplier of the Year, representing companies with annual sales of $1 million to $10 million, earning high marks for consistently delivering quality products and services to its customers.

“Being named Supplier of the Year is a source of great pride for Sciberus; it is rewarding to see our dedication to creating the best solutions to enhance and improve our clients’ business practices be acknowledged by GMSDC,” said Laron Walker, Sciberus president. “We are honored to be among a distinguished group of MBEs, and it is gratifying to see what a diverse, talented and committed staff is able to achieve.”

Sciberus has been providing custom software solutions to customers for more than 12 years. They offer a variety technology services including research and planning; content creation/UI design; application development and infrastructure; and maintenance and support.
The Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council Inc. is a nonprofit organization serving as a regional office of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC).

GMSDC is one of the largest of 37 councils nationwide, and has the largest number of certified and ethnically-mixed minority business owners in the Southeast region. GMSDC is made up of a network of corporate and government members and certified minority business enterprises whose purpose is to “Certify, Develop, and Connect.”

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