Proforma sponsored its first coding education event, which was open to developers and data scientists of all skill levels.
To be eligible, businesses must have met certain criteria. This year, more than 30 Proforma businesses reached the qualifications.
ProMediaAspire secured a $6 million contract for training with a nuclear power company across 13 of its nuclear generation stations.
The event brought together nearly 700 attendees to celebrate the business success of Proforma owners.
Proforma continues to invest in the technology and innovation of ProVision, creating efficiency and profitability for its members.
Proforma’s Senior Leadership served as judges in the University of Florida’s Big Idea Gator Business Plan Competition.
Proceeds of the Hackathon are used to benefit Metropolitan Ministries, an organization that distributes food to the homeless.
In addition to promotional product and direct mail services for the organization, Proforma can develop an eCommerce solution.
Proforma Owner Nick Derkacz turned a leading medical device company’s printing program into a lucrative $20 million win.
Proforma Owners Bethany Brevard and Brandon Kennedy have won a three-year, $12 million contract with a Fortune 500 tech company.