BETHESDA, MD (June 6, 2017)—Saisystems International was recently honored as a Fast 100 Asian American Business from the United States Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC) at the annual CelebrAsian Procurement & Business Conference.
The honor celebrates the contributions of Saisystems International and its partners to the U.S. economy as an Asian Indian American-owned enterprise.
“We are very excited to take home a Fast 100 Award yet again,” said Saisystems Technology Vice President, Chirag Modi. “We strive to excel in mainstream business and inspire other small, diverse companies to succeed as well. The sky is the limit with consistent dedication and minority businesses supporting each other.”
Saisystems International has been named the 7th Best Place to Work in Connecticut by the Best Companies Group and Hartford Business Journal.
The honor comes on the heels of Saisystems International’s 30th business anniversary at its headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut. Since 1987, the technology and health company has served a diverse global audience while working to improve the local community.
Saisystems International was recently honored with the 2017 Innovator of the Year Award from the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce (GVCC) at the Annual Holiday Breakfast and Awards Celebration.
The unexpected honor came just over a month after the company’s brand refresh and 30th anniversary celebration.
“This is a prestigious honor and we are humbled to have been considered, let alone take home the award,” said Saisystems International President and CEO Dr. Ramesh Wadhwani. “This is great way to round out such a significant, prosperous year.”
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As part of Saisystems International’s recent 30th anniversary celebration, the company held a raffle for three $1,000 donations to be made in guests’ name to charities of their choice.
Guests eagerly participated in the hopes of benefiting their favorite nonprofits.
“There was a lot of excitement around this charity contest. I don’t think many people expected this gesture at an anniversary event, but corporate citizenship is integral to our core values and industry success,” said Manoj Wadhwani, President of Saisystems Health.