Bellevue - General Microsystems (GMI) received recognition in the 2016 Black Enterprise BE 100s report. This honor is considered to be a ranking of the nation's most prestigious black-owned businesses.
The 44th annual BE 100s report is an important barometric measurement of black business achievement done through a comprehensive analysis. It includes industrial/service companies, auto dealerships, financial services firms, and advertising agencies.
Being recognized in this report is a testament to the demonstration of the business savvy solutions, and strategic awareness it takes to connect in this interchangeable world.
“Today’s trends are an opportunity to shape the future,” Earl Overstreet, CEO and Founder of GMI said. Having over 30 years of experience in the IT industry and being a full-service technology provider, GMI is definitely in the position to honor their mission statement: Empower our customers through creative technology solutions.
GMI has received multiple awards focused on both the business and technical sides of what they do, including recognition from the University of Washington, King County, the Northwest Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council, and a local Fortune 500 business.
The 2016 Black Enterprise BE 100 report can be seen in the June 2016 issue of Black Enterprise magazine and here: http://www.blackenterprise.com/lists/be-100s-2016/