United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Announces Partnership with UDT

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is proud to announce a partnership

Miami, FL – October 21, 2010 – The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is proud to announce a partnership with one of the organization’s newest corporate members, UDT (UDT), one of the fastest-growing IT firms in the Southeast. The partnership will be officially announced at a private reception on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Emeril’s Miami Beach. The exclusive networking and strategy session will also focus on Innovation & Diversity: Positioning your Business to Win in 2011.   “The USHCC is thrilled to have a Hispanic Business Enterprise of UDT’ (UDT) caliber as our newest member,” said Javier Palomarez, USHCC President and CEO.

“UDT is a pioneer, as one of the first HBE’s to join the USHCC. As an organization, we advocate on behalf of Hispanic-owned businesses across the country. We are proud to highlight UDT as a success story of a growing HBE that has decided to give back and join the effort to help other Hispanic businesses grow through the USHCC.”   The corporate partnerships established through the USHCC allow for collaboration that benefits the Hispanic business community and ultimately, the nation. Through such partnerships, the USHCC continues to act as a hub, connecting corporations, its network of more than 200 local Hispanic chambers of commerce, and Hispanic-owned businesses through a mutually beneficial alliance.   “Having attended the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National convention in Dallas recently, I became convinced that this organization is a powerful team focused on helping Hispanic-owned businesses succeed,” said Henry Fleches, President & CEO of UDT.

“Being a minority business ourselves, we clearly understand the value of the right partnership in achieving our business goals, and we believe the USHCC is a valuable partner.  We are proud to become a corporate member.”   UDT has been listed as one of the fastest growing IT firms by Computer Reseller News (CRN) Magazine and Everything Channel and was listed on the Inc. 5000 List of “Fastest Growing Private Companies in America”. The company is expanding throughout the Southeast and has recently opened offices in Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee; Orlando and Tallahassee, Florida; and Atlanta, Georgia.  UDT is also in Latin America and the Caribbean.   About the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Founded in 1979, the USHCC actively promotes the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and represents the interests of nearly 3 million Hispanic-owned businesses in the United States that generate nearly $400 billion annually. It also serves as the umbrella organization for more than 200 local Hispanic chambers in the United States and Puerto Rico.

About UDT

UDT Inc. (UDT) named one of the 50 fastest growing IT firms in the U.S. by Everything Channel is a leading provider of high-performance technology solutions in the Southeast and Mid-West United States. The company is dedicated to helping our customers maximize their investment in technology by reducing the risks, costs and complexity of deploying next generation technology (RC2). UDT partners with top tier leaders in the industry to provide the latest products, from personal computing, audio visual infrastructure to customized solutions. At UDT, we believe that your IT experience should always help you “accomplish more”.  Learn more by visiting www.udtonline.com.

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