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For Immediate Release
Monday, October 5, 2015
Contact
Sarah Bascom, sarah@bascomllc.com, 850.294.6636
Lyndsey Cruley, lyndsey@bascomllc.com, 850.524.5006

Accenture Joins Florida Technology Council
Multinational Company Becomes Association’s Newest Member
Tallahassee, Fla. – The Florida Technology Council (FTC) today announced that Accenture, a multinational
management consulting and technology services firm, has joined its association.
“With its experience across multiple verticals, Accenture will play a vital role in the upcoming committee
weeks and the 2016 Session,” said James Taylor, executive director of the FTC. “On behalf of our membership,
I welcome Accenture to the team and look forward to working with their outstanding staff.”
As the only group exclusively advocating for the technology sector in Tallahassee, FTC’s dedication to its
membership’s priorities is unparalleled and Accenture will play a vital roll as part of FTC’s diverse
membership.
FTC’s mission is to provide a trusted voice in Florida’s capital city for lawmakers, regulators, CIOs,
procurement officials and staff to interact with as they seek information from the technology sector. The FTC
board includes leading information technology companies, such as Advanced Systems Design, AT&T,
CNLBank, Five Points Technology Group, Kyra Solutions, SAS, Scholastic and Uber Operations.
For more information on FTC and its effort, please visit FLTechCouncil.com, follow @FLTechCouncil and like
FB.com/FLTechCouncil. To join FTC’s effort, please contact Executive Director James Taylor at
james.taylor@fltechcouncil.com.
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