TROY–HTC Global Services Inc., the Troy provider of IT and business process services, announced it had entered into a mentor-protege agreement with Pallas Infotech LLC, a certified woman- and minority-owned IT services startup in Houston, Texas.
The Mentor-Protege Program, administered by the U.S. Small Business Administration, is designed to encourage mentor-protege relationships between large and small businesses. This partnership allows HTC to share its wealth of industry expertise and resources with Pallas Infotech LLC, helping it to navigate the complexities of federal contracting involving IT Services.
Vicki Hickman, public sector executive vice president at HTC, said of the collaboration: “This partnership aligns perfectly with our commitment to foster innovation, diversity, and excellence in the IT industry. We look forward to working closely with Pallas Infotech LLC and supporting their growth journey.”
And Pallas CEO Christina Remediakis said: “Joining forces with HTC Global Services is a significant milestone for Pallas Infotech. This mentorship will provide us with invaluable insights, resources, and opportunities to expand our capabilities and offerings. We are grateful for the trust HTC Global Services Inc. has placed in us and look forward to a fruitful collaboration.”