World Wide Technology Joins Florida Technology Council
The Florida Technology Council today announced that World Wide Technology, Inc. has joined the council, becoming its newest member.
Global technology leader becomes newest member
Tallahassee, Fla. - May 11, 2016 – The Florida Technology Council (FTC) today announced that World Wide Technology, Inc., (WWT) has joined the council, becoming its newest member. WWT is a global technology integrator with more than $7 billion in annual revenue and more than 3,000 employees. WWT ranks 51 on Forbes’ “Largest Private Companies” list and 38 on Fortune’s 100 “Best Companies to Work For” list. With 44 offices around the world, including one in Tampa, Florida, WWT serves the technology needs of large public and private organizations.
“Florida now has an opportunity to experience incredible growth in the IT industry thanks to the advocacy, leadership and knowledge of FTC,” said Bryan Thomas, vice president of federal sales of WWT. “WWT is excited to join the council as they work with legislators to pave the road for high-paying tech jobs, providing early-stage capital for tech startups, and plugging the leak of IT businesses and employees into other states.”
“WWT’s global experience will be an immediate asset as FTC furthers its mission of both advocating for the technology sector, and being a trusted source of guidance and information for Florida’s Legislature,” said James Taylor, executive director of FTC.
FTC’s board includes leading information technology companies, such as Advanced Systems Design, AT&T, Five Points Technology Group, Kyra Solutions, SAS, Scholastic, Signal Vault and Uber Operations. FTC is widely recognized as the trusted voice in the State of Florida for lawmakers, regulators, CIOs, procurement officials and staff seeking information from the technology sector. To join FTC, please contact Executive Director James Taylor at James.Taylor@FLTechCouncil.com.