AP Professionals

Posted by:  Joe Kreuz

Date:  November 7, 2011

Blog Posting: 1

Globally Competitive.  Expanded IT Services.  Record Profits.

The root of G8 Professionals ongoing international success all started in Western New York in 1993.  At that time, we were fortunate enough to build an enduring partnership with the Advantage Co. now identified as UGA Capital Ventures (UGA).  Our original business model was simple: we would access the remarkable resources of the Advantage, now UGA, and we would control our own  destiny.  AP’s alignment with the Advantage as our strategic partner has enabled us to far exceed our own expectations.

At AP Professionals (AP), we have been setting the standard for excellence in global Staffing, IT professional services, software development, cloud services, platform modernization, and staff augmentation since our inception and as of recent our launch of Black Progress Matters, effectuating change in the C suite.  Through our initial partnership groups in the 90’s: AP Professionals, Consilium 1, Capax Global, and Autonomic Resources, we’ve established the industry standard in end-to-end solutions for our blue chip clientele.

Our AP partnerships have always had a common strategy: navigate adroitly, innovate, and, ultimately, be the dominant provider in our chosen vertical categories.  Today, our industry leading delivery teams are capable of resolving the most complex problems while delivering proven results [and continuing to expand our service offerings around the globe].  Along with our wide array of strategic alliances and channel partners, we are well positioned and poised to continue our remarkable growth.  The future’s so bright I’m treating all my partners to new shades for the holidays.

Thank you,

Joe Kreuz, AP Professionals founder


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