Arc Aspicio Recognized by Clients for Outstanding Management Consulting Services

Arc Aspicio Recognized by Clients for
Outstanding 
Consulting Services

Arlington, Virginia, February 26, 2007 — In an independent evaluation conducted by Dun & Bradstreet’s Open Ratings organization in January 2007, Arc Aspicio’s customers rated them as a top provider of management consulting services among its peers and recognized this small, woman-owned business for superior customer satisfaction.

Open Ratings aims to proactively manage supply risk by conducting third party customer service evaluations for large government purchasing organizations such as the General Services Administration.  The performance survey assesses respondents’ satisfaction with reliability, cost, delivery timeframes, quality of work, business relations, personnel, customer support, and responsiveness.

“We are pleased to receive this recognition from our clients. This validates our commitment to our customers to remain 100% focused on delivering results.”
—Lynn Ann Casey, CEO

Open Ratings solicited feedback from a cross-section of Arc Aspicio’s clients, including government agencies, airport authorities, non-profit organizations, and large Fortune 100 corporations.  Arc Aspicio scored a total of 95 points on a scale of 1- 100, putting the company in the topmost percentage of all companies, large and small, assessed in the highly competitive management consulting category.  Arc Aspicio earned a perfect score of 100 in the personnel category, which addresses the attitude, courtesy, and professionalism of the company’s staff.  “The foundation of Arc Aspicio is its people,” said Casey.  “They are our company’s most valuable asset.” 

Arc Aspicio’s clients awarded 98 points each in the reliability, cost, business relations, customer support, and responsiveness categories.   

“These results indicate that our customers get qualified people that make a big impact and increase the performance of their organizations,” said Casey.

For more information on Arc Aspicio, visit our website at www.arcaspicio.com.

Contact Information
Lynn Ann Casey
lac@arcaspicio.com
703.465.2060

Arc Aspicio is an information technology and management consulting company that focuses on homeland security and intelligence. Our services include strategy and planning, business architecture, strategic communications, mission/technology alignment, information technology, and program management. Arc Aspicio is building a community that promotes collaboration, continuous learning, innovation, and intelligence to improve homeland security.

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Arc Aspicio is a management, strategy, and technology consulting firm that takes a mission-oriented approach to complex client challenges. As a rapidly growing company, Arc Aspicio has a bold strategy for 2016-2018 that drives growth through new capabilities in strategy, design, human capital, data analytics, information sharing, cybersecurity, and strategic communications. The company is known for a strong, collaborative culture that values gratitude – for its clients and its great team. And, #welovedogs! Follow us on Twitter @arcaspicio or learn more at www.arcaspicio.com.

Lynn Ann Casey / Chief Executive Officer
info@arcaspicio.com
703.465.2060

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