Veratics Selected For Highmark Health Supplier Diversity Mentor-Protégé Program
Congratulations to Veretics, Inc., recently se selected as a Veteran Protégé Supplier within Highmark Health’s new pilot Supplier Diversity Mentor-Protégé Program, created to provide guidance to diverse companies looking to achieve their growth objectives.
Veratics is a USBLN certified Service-Disabled Veteran Disability-Owned Business Enterprise (SDV-DOBE) focusing on Agile development and project management, with emphasis on cyber security and healthcare information technology. As a Highmark Health protégé, Veratics will have the opportunity to learn and develop, and market its solutions across the portfolio of Highmark Health businesses.
Veratics is an established diverse Highmark Health supplier with a positive reputation in the business community. For more information about the announcement, read the full press release.
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