Campbell recognizes Irvine company for creating jobs

An Irvine-based information technology group of consultants, the Irvine Technology Corporation, was recognized for excellence in business by U.S. Congressman John Campbell, the company announced this week.

"We are very honored to receive this recognition from Congressman Campbell," ITC Managing Partner Nicole McMackin said in a prepared statement. "Our company consistently strives for excellence by truly understanding our customer's business model and then making best practice recommendations and strategy implementations to best service each individual client. It is a great honor to be acknowledged by Congressman Campbell for our dedication to serving the needs of the IT community in Orange County and across United States."

A Certificate of Congressional Recognition was awarded to the company in acknowledgment of its role as a job creator in Orange County and its status as a growing business, said Christopher Bognanno, communications director for Campbell's office.

The company was founded in 2000 and has worked with national companies and clients such as VISA, Dole Foods, Experian, Facebook, Catholic Healthcare West and others, according to its website.

Company services include consulting, contracting, contract to hire, direct placements and payroll services.

— Sarah Peters

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