USPAACC Names SETA International a Fast 100 Asian American Business
Costa Mesa – May 28, 2015 – The US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) has named SETA International to its “Fast 100 Asian American Businesses” program. SETA, the global software and services company, joins the country’s fastest-growing Asian American-owned companies, based on percentage of revenue growth over the immediate past two years.
“We are deeply honored to be recognized by the USPAACC for our achievements in providing our clients with cutting-edge software solutions. The team at SETA prides itself on a stellar customer experience from idea creation through project implementation and beyond,” says Thu Truong, VP of Operations, SETA International.
USPAACC’s Fast 100 posted collective annual revenue of $2.7 billion, with companies recording up to 350% growth rate. The Fast 100 represent a wide array of industries, including Aerospace, Construction, Engineering, Food & Beverage, Import-Export, IT, Manufacturing, Solar Energy, Wholesales, etc., and of Asian Indian, Bangladesh, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Pakistani, Thai, Taiwanese, or Vietnamese heritage.
“I applaud the impressive achievements of our Fast 100 Asian American Businesses who continue to post robust growth, demonstrate resilience, and buck the trend amid economic challenges in the global marketplace,” said Susan Au Allen, USPAACC National President & CEO. “The Pan Asian American community is proud of you; the country appreciates your contributions to the economic vitality of American life – with you, the wind is on our back, we could soar.”
Ernst & Young independently reviewed the financial information provided by the applicants and nominees.
On June 3,, 2015, the Excellence Awards Reception & Gala Dinner will take place during the 30th Anniversary & CelebrAsian Procurement Conference where the nominees will be publicly recognized. CelebrAsian is the country’s oldest and largest B2B conference convened by Asian Americans to connect with large, medium and small enterprises.
The Conference Chair is Rakesh Sachdev, President and CEO of Sigma-Aldrich – currently one of 11 Asian American CEOs in Fortune 1000 companies. Corporate Co-Chairs are Comcast/NBCUniversal, Marriott International, PepsiCo and Wells Fargo. Asian American Business Co-Chairs are Ampcus, DCR WorkForce, and SevenTablets.
The Conference theme, “Gathering of the Eagles,” symbolizes the far-reaching vision and enduring qualities of Asian American business owners and their corporate and industry partners who believe the sky is the limit.
As of press time, in full force more than 700 conference participants will join CelebrAsian over the three days. Asian American-owned businesses will be joined by 80 Fortune corporations, 20 Federal government agencies and 15 media partners.
About SETA International
Founded in 2008, SETA International with its headquarters in Orange County, CA is an industry leading systems integrator that specializes in system integrations, technical consulting and custom software development solutions. With 400+ talented employees in the US, Ireland, Japan, and Vietnam, SETA has contributed to the success of 500+ clients worldwide across all industries such as beauty, fashion, finance, education, entertainment, gaming, government, insurance, manufacturing, medical, restaurant, social media, toll road, travel, and many more.
Founded in 1984 as a national non-profit, non-partisan organization, USPAACC has been the single, unified voice advocating equal opportunities for Asian Americans in the United States. We promote and propel economic growth by opening doors to business, educational and professional opportunities for Asian Americans and their business partners in corporate, government at federal, state, and local levels, and small, minority communities. USPAACC serves as the gateway to Asian American suppliers, information about Asian Americans and the dynamic Asia market. To learn more, visit www.uspaacc.com or www.celebrasianconference.com.