RALEIGHNorth Carolina Technology Association (NC TECH), the statewide leadership organization for the tech industry, announced today it has partnered with four new companies in the state.

They include:

  • ITsavvy — Based in Raleigh, ITsavvy is an integrated IT products reseller and end-to-end, single-source business technology solutions provider
  • Ellucian — A market leader charting the digital future of higher education with a portfolio of cloud-ready technology solutions and services, Ellucian is used by more than 95 universities throughout North Carolina, including 15 of the 17 UNC system schools.
  • Hylaine — Based in Charlotte, Hylaine specializes in data warehouse management, application development, IT strategy, process improvement, business intelligence, and automated quality assurance.
  • Nowigence, Inc. — Based in Charlotte, Nowigence is a global software solution company changing the way businesses build strategies, identify risks and make decisions through the integration of machine learning.

2019 was NC TECH’s strongest year in new member growth since 2015, an NC TECH spokesperson told WRAL TechWire.

Since January 2019, NC TECH has had more than 250 new members join the organization. These new members include growing tech companies, tech-enabled businesses (banks, consumer goods, etc.), professional service firms with expertise in tech, and non-profit/government/education entities.

NC TECH is a network of 700+ companies, organizations, and institutions representing 200,000+ employees in North Carolina.  It focuses on building a community through professional networks, government relations, talent development and sector promotion.

In addition to tech companies — large and small —  NC TECH counts among its members: Hanesbrands, Charlotte Hornets, Retail Business Services (Food Lion), U.S. Dept. of State, MetLife, the NYSE, Krispy Kreme and Peter Millar.

It will hold its annual “Diversity and Inclusion” Summit on March 13 at the Sheraton Imperial in Durham.

NC TECH partners with local tech companies Dude Solutions, RevelOne