IT Firm Vignon Named in Women-Led Companies

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<strong>Dallas &mdash; Dec. 4</strong><br />Dallas entrepreneur and CEO Kathy Hodgins Blanck has been recognized for founding and building Vignon Corp. into a multimillion-dollar IT services, staffing and consulting firm. <br /><br /><em>Entrepreneur </em>and Women Presidents&#39; Organization selected Vignon for its quick and strong percentage and absolute growth since 2003. Blanck began Vignon with an initial investment of $20,000 and grew the company to $3.6 million in 2007. <br /><br />”Client satisfaction is our No. 1 priority at Vignon,” said Blanck. “We believe that just having the technical and operational solution is only part of the equation. People make the difference: a diversity of people with a diversity of skills who match their goals and objectives with those of our clients is our recipe for growth. It couldn&#39;t be done without the great team of people who make up the Vignon family. And today, I&#39;m proud to say it&#39;s paying off.” <br /><br />An entrepreneur by nature, Blanck successfully built and sold two companies before launching Vignon in 2001. By leveraging previous experience as vice president of Interliant Inc. and Schlumberger Sema&#39;s Government Services Group, she gained the knowledge and drive to build technology companies of her own with a unique focus on clients&#39; expectations. <br /><br />Vignon Corp. brings knowledge, expertise and experience with legacy and enterprise systems to public- and private-sector organizations, with a specialty serving regulated and nonregulated utilities. The company has a close partnering relationship with SAP and is an SAP-certified Alliance Services Partner. Headquartered in Dallas, Vignon serves clients throughout the United States. <br />

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