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E&I is the largest, member-owned, non-profit purchasing cooperative serving the needs of education. We provide over 120 competitively solicited contracts and dedicated member resources nationwide. As a trusted advisor to the education community, we exist solely to help our members save time and money.
EcoVadis operates the first collaborative platform providing Sustainability Ratings for global sustainable procurements. Our team of 500 talented professionals from 40 nationalities combines expertise in CSR, advanced technology and a full service solution to deliver CSR ratings to drive meaningful change in the sustainable procurements worldwide
Infosys Technologies Limited is a global leader in technology services firms. They provide software development and engineering to corporate clients through a network of development centers in Asia, Europe and North America. It is also engaged in data management, systems integration, project management, support and maintenance services. Subsidiary Infosys BPO offers business process outsourcing services, and US-based Infosys Consulting provides strategic consulting. Clients come mainly from the financial services, manufacturing, telecom and retail industries. Infosys maintains about 50 regional offices and development centers in Australia, Canada, China, India, Japan, Poland, the Czech Republic and the UK. They were founded in 1981.
EDM Americas, Inc
EDM is a leading international provider of Digital Mailroom, Business Process Automation and Information Management solutions. Through a combination of innovative technology and deep industry knowledge, EDM provides highly customized solutions that help organizations automate and streamline business processes and workflows.
Inspired by the transformative impact of education, Ellucian develops software and services that power the essential work of higher education institutions around the globe.
Hitachi IT Services
Hitachi, Ltd. is engaged in developing a diversified product mix ranging from electricity generation systems to consumer products and electronic devices. The companys power and industrial systems brings in the most revenue, and is also a world-leading maker of corporate transaction-oriented mainframes, as well as semiconductors, servers, and other information system and telecommunications equipment. Its consumer goods range from TVs to refrigerators and washing machines. Hitachi also has operations in financial services, property management, and logistics. In a move aimed at improving its ability to compete in an increasingly global marketplace, the company announced an alliance with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Mitsubishi Electric Corp. in mid-2010. The three companies plan to spin off and integrate their hydroelectric power businesses into a joint venture that will be created in 2011.