Setting technology strategy for organization for entrepreneurs
Washington, DC, May 2, 2005: TCG (Turner Consulting Group), the Federal IT and management solutions specialists, today announced that company President Daniel A. Turner has been named Chief Information Officer of the Young Entrepreneurs’ Organization and World Entrepreneurs’ Organization Washington, DC Chapter.
As CIO Mr. Turner will set and implement the technology strategy for one of the largest YEO/WEO chapters in the world. This includes development of the web site, maintenance of the chapter’s various systems and databases, management of the chapter’s technological resources, creation of registration and membership systems, and oversight of the chapter’s various domain names.
YEO/WEO is an international, non-profit educational organization dedicated to the support, education, and encouragement of entrepreneurs, and to helping them improve their companies and themselves. YEO’s members are under 40 years of age, while WEO’s members are under 50; both groups are the owners, founders, co-founders, or controlling shareholders of companies with annual sales of US$1 million or more. The Washington, DC chapter has 180 members, and combined employs approximately 6000 people in the DC area.
“Entrepreneurs are some of the most demanding and intelligent people in business today,” said Mr. Turner. “They demand excellence in everything they touch, and they know when something’s not as good as it could be. Exceeding their expectations is a challenge I’m looking forward to meeting head-on, using my experience running one of the most innovative IT advisory services companies in the region.”
After a successful one-year term, Mr. Turner stepped down as president of the chapter and continues his involvement on the global services board of EO, the parent organization of both YEO and WEO.
TCG (Turner Consulting Group, https://stage.tcg.com), a Washington, DC-based company, is a business process and IT advisory services company with a focus on grants management and bioinformatics, providing services for the entire software development lifecycle.
TCG focuses on helping government agencies use the power of the Internet and the Web to better interact with the public, and to generate internal cost savings and efficiencies. TCG projects have won awards for their groundbreaking achievements, including piloting the first inter-agency grants management system, and creating the first inter-agency government system to receive secure information from the general public.
TCG was one of the fastest-growing privately-held companies in the United States in 2001, as ranked by Inc. magazine. The firm has been on Washington Technology’s Fast 50. The company was SEI-assessed at Capability Maturity Model Integration Maturity Level 2 (CMMI Level 2 for Software as defined by the CMMI version 1.1) in April 2004 after an intense nine-month effort and is one of about 701 companies worldwide to have achieved such recognition of process excellence.
For more information, contact David G. Cassidy on 202–742-8471 or email@example.com.
About YEO/WEO and EO
Founded in 1987, the Young Entrepreneurs’ Organization (YEO) has grown into the premier, peer-to-peer, global community, network and resource for entrepreneurs. Dedicated to fostering growth of young entrepreneurs through an array of learning and networking opportunities, YEO has more than 5,500 members worldwide. With members in more than 142 cities, spanning 35 countries, YEO’s rapidly expanding membership includes entrepreneurs from virtually every size and type of business. Membership in YEO is by invitation only. YEO members are under 40 years of age and the founders, co-founders, owners or controlling shareholders of businesses with gross annual revenues exceeding (US) $1 million. Members graduate from YEO, the year they turn 40, and are encouraged to join the World Entrepreneurs’ Organization (WEO), YEO’s graduate organization. Both organizations (YEO and WEO) are under the umbrella of the newly-formed EO, a parent organization devoted to meeting the educational needs of entrepreneurs of every age.
For more information, go to http://www.yeo.org.