Atlanta, GA – November 2, 2020 – InfoMart, a provider of global background screening services, has been ranked the 15th largest woman-owned company in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Their fourth consecutive year on the list, InfoMart celebrates their inclusion among other notable companies, recognizing the importance of the honor during such a challenging year for all businesses.
“We’re always pleased to be included on such a prestigious list, but this year it feels even more noteworthy,” said Tammy Cohen, InfoMart’s Chief Visionary Officer. “In the last eight months, we’ve redefined what ‘growth’ means for us; the true growth we’ve experienced is as a team. I’ve watched every member of InfoMart put in the work to keep InfoMart successful, and to deliver the products and support our clients and community truly need right now.”
Facing the trials of the year head on, InfoMart recently pivoted to meet the needs of their customers. Now, in addition to providing background screening services to Fortune 500 companies, they are helping put America back to work with SymTem™, the premier COVID management solution on the market today. SymTem is an app for daily COVID symptom screening, but the true power of the technology is in the SaaS management platform. SymTem has already helped businesses, schools, and events return in-person without sacrificing safety.
In addition to this honor from the Atlanta Business Chronicle, SymTem was featured in the WBENCPitch Pivot, a virtual pitch competition highlighting women entrepreneurs who stepped outside the box to design products or solutions that responded to needs created by the COVID-19 crisis. InfoMart’s pitch, presented by Cohen, was a grand prize winner.
Despite working with global enterprises, InfoMart hasn’t lost sight of their Atlanta community. They recently helped the Cobb Chamber of Commerce resume in-person events by offering SymTem for free, and at a press event this week Cobb County School District recognized the part SymTem is playing in their strategy for a safe return to in-person schooling. Tammy Cohen also launched, at the very beginning of the pandemic, an economic stimulus strategy—an outreach program to Georgia politicians and Fortune 500 leaders to encourage the use of minority- and diverse-owned small businesses with tax credit incentives.
“We’re still delivering the products that companies need to keep their teams safe and healthy,” added Cohen. “The type of risk we’re responding to has just changed shape. Between SymTem and our background screening services, we’re working with every sized company to get people back to work.”
InfoMart has been revolutionizing the global background and identity screening industry for 30 years, providing businesses the information they need to make informed hiring decisions. They develop innovative technology that modernizes talent onboarding, including a first-to-market biometric identity authentication application and a verified sanctions search. The WBENC-certified company is a founding member of the Professional Background Screening Association, and they have achieved PBSA accreditation in recognition of their consistent business practices and commitment to compliance with the FCRA. The company is dedicated to customer service, speed, and accuracy, and it has been recognized for its success, workplace culture, and corporate citizenship with over 45 industry awards. To Get the Whole Story on InfoMart, please visit www.InfoMart-USA.com, follow @InfoMartUSA, or call (770) 984-2727.