TEKsystems to Host Meetings at the 2010 Masters Tournament
Apr 2, 2010 | HANOVER, MD | For media inquiries, please contact us at media@TEKsystems.com.
HANOVER, MD – April 02, 2010 – TEKsystems®, the nation’s leading technology staffing and services company, will host three Customer Council Meetings at the 2010 Masters Tournament held in Augusta, GA.
TEKsystems’ councils will span over three, two day sessions, including time for recreation, as well as exploratory, round table discussions. TEKsystems’ executives will host and facilitate discussions around key IT trends affecting leaders today. In an effort to better understand how IT business needs are changing in light of current market trends, the sessions attendees include large national clients from the U.S. and Canada. In addition, as a part of TEKsystems’ mission to raise performance expectations of itself and its industry, the company will allow clients the opportunity to provide candid feedback on where and how they could better partner with IT leaders today and in the future.
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