(LOCUST) HQ – The Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) of North Carolina has recently featured ScanOnline in their annual report as one of their outstanding organizations within the Charlotte region. ScanOnline was chosen to appear in the report based on a variety of factors, including maintaining/growing a wide representation of clients across industries, size, and in type of growth.
The SBTDC interviewed Lee Pickler, Owner/President of ScanOnline to spotlight the company. The annual report is distributed to the North Carolina Governor’s Office, NC legislators, the ASBDC state directors and administration (SBTDC is a branch of this national association), and the entirety of North Carolina Chambers of Commerce, University of North Carolina system chancellors, and UNC business school deans.
The SBTDC chose ScanOnline to represent their Charlotte region through a nomination process completed at the local level by each regional office of the organization, which selected candidates deemed “exceptional” over the past year.
After an internal review, one company from each region is selected.
The piece features ScanOnline’s 27% growth in revenues over the last year, company history and how ScanOnline has evolved alongside industry changes – in manpower and overall capabilities.
Full SBTDC Report: https://issuu.com/ncsbtdc/docs/ar2016-final
ScanOnline Feature: http://www.sbtdc.org/results/success/scanonline/
Founded in September 1984, North Carolina’s Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) is the business and technology extension service of The University of North Carolina, which oversees the 16 constituent institutions of the University. The SBTDC is administered by North Carolina State University and operated in partnership with US Small Business Administration.