June 19 2013 0Comment

TSI receives Oustanding Corporate Citizenship Award

Transformation Systems, Inc. is proud to announce they have been awarded the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Woman-Owned Business of the Year award. The Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Awards honor business leadership and successful corporate social responsibility programs. TSI was announced as the winner of the Woman-Owned Business of the Year category, which is presented to a Northern Virginia woman-owned business for outstanding contributions to the community. Special consideration is given to companies that have demonstrated collaboration with other business, non-profits, or government in CSR efforts.


The award was presented at the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce Annual Chairman’s Luncheon & Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Awards on June 19 where over 600 members of the business community, finalists, and elected officials gathered to honor this year’s award recipients.


TSI was selected for the award in recognition of the company’s corporate social responsibility program, Feed to Lead.TSI CEO Dr. Marta Wilson launched the program to nourish the body, mind and spirit by supporting leadership potential in those who need a helping hand.To this end, TSI supports strategically aligned organizations to fight hunger, assist veterans, promote literacy, and advance STEM education. Under Dr. Wilson’s lead, TSI makes community investments with selected charities of choice through funding and volunteer hours.


About Transformation Systems, Inc.

TSI is a fast growth management systems engineering company of PhDs, possibility thinkers and business authors who help forward thinking military and civilian leaders within the Defense community achieve their extremely challenging goals in ways that are most efficient, effective and responsive.The TSI team has been recognized repeatedly for helping set historic records as part of the Defense community’s counter-IED effort within the Joint MRAP Vehicle Program and by the Naval Sea Systems Command for facilitating successful technology transitions such as ERP. When leaders must improve enterprise performance without increasing their budgets, they call TSI for management systems engineering solutions that increase productivity and save money.