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How Millennials Are Impacting the Office

 

Millennials are more than just a group of trendy dressers with a funny nickname. They are the driving force behind why many companies are growing, and make up many of the new hires that NextGen works with. Check out the Top 10 ways that millennials are helping the workplace.

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New voices means fresh ideas that veterans (in any company) may not think about otherwise. Millennials offer a breath of fresh air that some businesses may need to get ahead in the ever changing marketplace. Just because he or she may be younger and less experienced, it doesn’t mean that they don’t offer a new perspective to the challenges that your company faces.

Mellennials affecting the office

 

Being young has its advantages. One of which is a hunger and passion to succeed. Younger and energetic voices can make offices feel more vibrant and alive. With many of them entering the professional workforce for the first time, they have the drive to succeed and the competitive desire to be the best in their field. This boost of energy can have a positive effect on other coworkers.

Mellennials affecting the office

 

Millennials are now the largest generation in America. Between 1980 and 2000, over 100 million were born from a variety of backgrounds. According to a 2006 census, the millennial composition is 61% Caucasian, 18% Hispanic, 14% African American, and 5% Asian. That means millennials are history's most diverse generation. Creating a more diverse workplace is another way that millennials are helping offices.

Humor

 

You know those memes and funny videos that everyone is talking about on Facebook a week later? Many of these are created by millennials and then spread like wildfire on message boards and chatrooms. When you dread coming into work on that Monday morning, sometimes a funny video or meme is just what you need to get the work week off on the right foot. Not to mention, now when it does go viral by Wednesday, you’ll be in the know and will already be having a great week because of it.

Open Minded

A survey conducted by the Pew Research Center reveals that millennials are the most educated in US history.  Millennials’ increased exposure to different lifestyles, races, and cultures have made them more accepting and open-minded. Whether it’s environmental issues or an individual’s personal lifestyle, millennials are willing to embrace a changing social landscape. This way of thinking can help your business attract new customers.

eco-conscious

 

Whether it’s because heavy student loans have created a pause on large purchases or because of mobile sites such as Uber and Lyft, most millennials are showing us how to not be so reliant on our cars. They are more likely to take public transportation or ride their bicycle to work than invest in a new car. This mindset is something we can all learn from as we hear more and more about the effects of our carbon footprint

Quality over Quantity

 

Millennials want to work for a boss who believes in them because they’re hard-working and smart, not because they’ve been with the company for a decade. Millennials value growth and are willing to put out quality work to prove their worth - not just putting in the facetime and the hours. There’s a difference between quality and quantity, and millennials are aware of this. There’s a reason why millennials are willing to pay more for a quality meal or a night of small plates over a cheaper all you can eat buffet.

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Millennials are more likely to ask questions about procedures and why things are done the way they are being done. This may seem like more of a negative to some people, but it’s actually a really good thing. They aren’t afraid to ask, “Why?” Instead of blindly conforming to traditional standards and time-honoured institutions, millennials want to understand why things are being done a certain way. In the end, this line of questioning could instigate a positive change or make working environments more efficient.

Charitable

 

Empathy can go a long way. Millennials are active in their communities and donate their time and energy to organizations that are helping others. According to the 2014 Millennial Impact Report, 70% of millennials spent at least an hour volunteering their time to a cause they cared about, with more than one-third volunteering 11 hours or more. In addition, 84% made a charitable donation, and 45% participated in a company-wide volunteer day. I guess the so-called “me generation” cares more about others than we give them credit for. That’s something we can all learn from in the workplace.

technologically advanced

 

Just when you finally understand the new upgrade or program at your work, new software comes out and the whole learning process starts over again. The days of writing everything by hand and storing data in filing cabinets is a thing of the past. Staying up to date on all of the technological tools is just one of the competitive advantages that millennials hold. Using their knowledge and knack for technology can help the more technologically challenged in your company excel.

NextGen Director Robert Feldman Named to the St. Louis Business Journal Diverse Business Leaders 2016

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Robert Feldman is working to expand diversity in the workforce, both for his employer, NextGen Information Services, and for the St. Louis region.

As director of diversity and strategic partnerships at the $70 million national IT and professional staffing, recruiting and consulting firm, Feldman is tasked with building multicultural business relationships and expanding the firm’s international recruitment efforts.

Continue reading article here. Content from the St. Louis Business Journal dated September 9, 2016.

NextGen President Lori Eaton Named to the St. Louis Business Journal’s Most Influential Business Women 2016

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Lori Eaton says that after high school, she didn’t know what she wanted to be when she grew up but wanted some business skills, so she attended tech school at Vatterott College for a year. Her next steps would ultimately lead to her promotion in March to president of NextGen Information Services.

After leaving Vatterott, Eaton started doing temp work, soon landing a full-time administrative job with IT recruiting firm COMSYS, now part of ManpowerGroup, at age 19. “I started off answering the phones, then I took a risk and jumped in and asked to do some recruiting,” she said.

Continue reading article here. Content from the St. Louis Business Journal dated August 12, 2016.

NextGen Appoints Steve Kaufman New Client and Government Services Director

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NextGen Information Services Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis is pleased to announce that Steve Kaufmann has joined the firm as Client and Government Services Director. Kaufmann brings more than 20 years experience in recruiting, IT talent engagement, marketing, business development, and branch management. The new Director of Client and Government Services, is an analytical business leader with a successful history of building technology based teams and developing long term relationships in the solutions and staffing arena. Kaufmann’s primary focus at NextGen will be on expanding the firm’s interests in the government, healthcare and tech services markets while developing and expanding IT solutions and staffing to new and existing clients.

Continue reading article here. Content from prweb dated June 08, 2016.

Javier Hernandez Baylon Recognition

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ST. LOUIS, January 18, 2016---Javier Hernandez Baylon, Hispanic Marketing Consultant at NextGen Information Services, Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm has been named to the prestigious Regional Business Council (RBC) Young Professionals Network (YPN.) The Network serves as a platform to attract and retain talent and future leaders in the St. Louis business community.

Continue reading article here. Content from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Press Release dated January 18, 2016.


 

 

  • Javier Hernandez Baylon
  • Date added:January 19, 2016
  • Submission Type:Professional Recognition
  • Current employer:NextGen Information Services, Inc.
  • Current title/position:Hispanic Marketing Consultant
  • Industry:Technology
  • Reason for being recognized:Javier Hernandez Baylon, Hispanic Marketing Consultant at NextGen Information Services, Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis, has been named to the prestigious Regional Business Council (RBC) Young Professionals Network (YPN.)

NextGen Information Services, Inc Becomes the Fourth Mosaic Ambassador Company

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On the heels of global entrepreneurship week, which is the world’s largest celebration of the innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth. The St. Louis Mosaic Project is excited to announce NextGen Information Services, Inc. as the fourth Mosaic Ambassador Company in a joint effort to foster a welcoming environment for international individuals new to the St. Louis region. NextGen has a vast history of operations that include offering customized workforce solutions specializing in IT and Professional Services. Furthermore, NextGen places top level IT candidates with Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and emerging high tech-organizations throughout the country. NextGen has its corporate headquarters in St. Louis and satellite offices across the US. The St. Louis Mosaic Project, whose primary objective is to make St. Louis the fastest growing region for immigration, recognizes the potential of NextGen to bolster the multicultural nature of St. Louis.

Continue reading article here. Content from the St. Louis Mosaic Project news release dated November 24, 2015. Learn more at www.stlmosaicproject.org

NextGen Appoints New Client Services Manager

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ST. LOUIS, November 24, 2015---NextGen Information Services Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis is pleased to announce that Sarah Cohen has joined the firm as Client Services Manager. With a strong background in business administration, account management, customer service, recruiting and marketing, Cohen’s focus at NextGen will be on lead generation, client engagement, sales and new business development.

According to NextGen’s Vice President, Lori Eaton, “We are very excited that Sara has joined our firm. She has a proven track record and brings enthusiasm to every business endeavor and I know she will be a creative addition to our team.”

Cohen’s is on the executive committee of Easter Seals Midwest and an active volunteer for Great Circle, an agency which provides a unique spectrum of behavioral health services to children and families throughout Missouri and beyond. Cohen is a native of St. Louis and currently resides in University City.

NextGen Information Services, Inc. Introduces CHAMBA USA

BY Griffin Consulting | Posted: Friday, May 22, 2015 09:12 AM

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ST. LOUIS, May 22, 2015---Lori Eaton, Vice President of NextGen Information Services, Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis, has announced NextGen’s newest service offering, Chamba USA, which includes a nationwide pipeline of IT resources, specializing in software development and recruited from Mexico.

The initiative is in response to the changing landscape of business and technology in a global economy and the changing demographics of the workplace forecast for 2020. According to Eaton, “Scarcity of talent is one of the most critical business risks today, and for today’s tightening talent market we have expanded our service offerings and talent community with this program, and strengthened our ability to optimize our workforce with an ideal blend of resources.”

The Chamba USA project is designed to help organizations meet their diversity objectives, bridge the talent gap while mitigating cost and intended for those seeking IT talent with unique skill sets and consultants who are bilingual. The program includes processes designed to ease every transition area from Visas to clients’ and consultants’ vested interests by newly appointed on-staff Hispanic consultants. According to NextGen’s CEO, Carmen Jacob, “Intercultural business relationships are important and it is a genuine part of our mission to cultivate a diverse workforce, as we expand our worldwide talent community.”

The initiative is also part of NextGen’s global expansion and ongoing commitment to diversity in business and the community. “By 2050, Latinos will account for up to 30% of the US population. This program which includes bringing on board the best and brightest IT talent from Mexico, is an example of how we at NextGen are preparing for future climate changes in the workforce and maintaining a competitive edge,” said Eaton. “Our founder, Carmen Jacob is a native of Guatemala and as one of the leading Hispanic-owned businesses in the country, it’s a natural fit for us to recruit from the Hispanic market. “

Source of the aricle from the prweb.com web site news release May 21, 2015 found here. Learn more at www.prweb.com

Carmen Jacob Pens Forward to Who’s Who - Diversity in Color

A new book was released this year by publisher Ericca Willis and featured Carmen Jacob providing the forward to the book.

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Chris Jacob on behalf of Carmen for Who's Who Diversity in Color book launch party. Check out their website for more information and get your copy, with forward by Carmen Jacob!”

Who’s Who Diversity in Color (WWDIC) is an annual publication with the mission of documenting and celebrating the achievements of all people of color! Their goal is to highlight the best and brightest in all ethnic communities.”

Who's Who Diversity in Color website.

Lori Eaton... NextGen VP Lori Eaton Named MAC Woman Of Distinction

Lori Eaton, Missouri Athletic Club's woman of distinction

Lori Eaton, Vice President of NextGen Information Services, Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis, has been named as one of this year’s Missouri Athletic Club Women of Distinction. The annual award recognizes six women who have made a positive impact in the St. Louis region.

Continue reading article here. Content from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Press Release dated April 13, 2015.

 

Lori Eaton... NextGen VP Lori Eaton named as 100 St. Louisans To Know To Succeed In Business

Lori Eaton, vice president of NextGen Information Services Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis, has been named as one of this year’s 100 St. Louisans You Should Know to Succeed in Business by Small Business Monthly of St. Louis.

Continue reading article here. Content from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Press Release dated April 13, 2015.
Additional content from the St. Louis Business Journal here.


Carmen Jacob Named to YWCA Leaders of Distinction 2014

December 5, 2014 --- Carmen Jacob was recently honored by the YWCA and included in this year’s prestigious Leaders of Distinction.

The YWCA recently celebrated and honored the achievements and contributions of ten women in the workplace and community at their 34th annual Leaders Lunch.

2014 Leaders of Distinction were honored for their notable achievements in corporate leadership, entrepreneurship, education, professions, racial justice and future leadership.

Watch Carmen's video biography here

NextGen Named Minority Business of the Year by Governor Nixon!

Carmen Jacob receiving the Minority Business of the Year 2014 by Govenor Jay Nixon

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon with Carmen Jacob

ST. LOUIS, Sept. 11, 2014---Carmen Jacob, CEO of NextGen Information Services, Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis, received the 2014 Governor’s Minority or Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year Award. Jacob accepted the award from Gov. Jay Nixon at the 2014 Governor’s Conference on Economic Development at the Lake of the Ozarks, September 3-5. The award was presented to NextGen for demonstrating outstanding success and contributions made to the community through charitable involvement and commitment to volunteerism as well as contributions to the economy. Specifically, NextGen was noted for developing numerous innovative programs, including the RAV (Recruit A Veteran) Program and the We Care Initiative, a corporate outreach program designed to support charity, philanthropy, entrepreneurship, and scholarship.

Article excerpt sourced here from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch September 11, 2014 Written by Griffin Consulting

Carmen Jacob named to Top 25 Most Influential Businesswomen in St. Louis!

Carmen Jacob, one of the top 25 most influential business women of 2014

After completing the review of nearly 250 nominations, the St. Louis Business Journal is ready to debut the 2014 class of Most Influential Business Women honorees. These 25 women have helped grow the St. Louis business community while making a difference with local charities and nonprofit organizations.

Article excerpt sourced here from the St. Louis Business Journal June 2, 2014 Written by Vince Brennan

 

 

 

 

  

 

Carmen Jacob named Hispanic Businessperson of the Year by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce!

Carmen Jacob, Saint Louis Mayor Francis Slay and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Carmen Jacob, Saint Louis Mayor Francis Slay and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

ST. LOUIS---Carmen Jacob, CEO of NextGen Information Services, Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis has been named Hispanic Businessperson of the Year by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis. The awards program, held at the Adelante Awards Gala in April at the Doubletree in St. Louis, recognizes the achievements of individuals, entrepreneurs and corporations in the metro St. Louis area. In keeping with the Chamber's mission, the award focuses on Hispanic businesses and professionals as well as non-Hispanic companies and individuals that have made a significant contribution to the community at large.

Article excerpt sourced here from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch May 12, 2014 Written by Griffin Consulting

Carmen Jacob named to Top 25 Most Influential Businesswomen in St. Louis!

Carmen Jacob named E & Y Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist

Carmen Jacob named E & Y Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist

ST. LOUIS, May 1, 2014 ---Carmen Jacob, CEO of NextGen Information Services, Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis, has been named a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2014 Award in the Central Midwest.

Article excerpt sourced here from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch May 1, 2014 Written by Griffin Consulting

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NextGen-Supporting our Military Veterans!

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Chris Jacob, Vice President of Operations

Chris Jacob, Vice President of Operations for NextGen Information Services, Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis, will be spearheading the company’s new RAV (Recruit A Veteran) program. The RAV Initiative is designed to support veterans and their families by providing them with great career opportunities. This outreach program includes education and mentoring regarding resume writing, interview tips and career coaching in a concerted effort to hire our heroes.   The program also provides resources for military families who need help transitioning to a civilian workforce.

Jacob, a veteran who worked in military intelligence for the United States Army is bringing this platform to the 16 year-old company. According to Jacob, “I am very excited to begin this program at NextGen and have a profound respect for our military servicemen and women. I also think we can do something very positive for military families, as their loved ones return to civilian life.”

Article excerpt sourced here from the St. Louis Post Dispatch April 16, 2014 Written by Griffin Consulting

NextGen CEO Named 2014 Enterprising Women of the Year Winner!

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ST. LOUIS, March 17, 2014---Carmen Jacob, CEO of NextGen Information Services, Inc. was awarded by Enterprising Women Magazine as a 2014 Enterprising Women of the Year Award Winner, during a two-day event held, March 2-4, in Sarasota, Fla.   The annual tribute recognizes the top women entrepreneurs from North America and around the globe, and is widely considered one of the most prestigious recognition programs for women business owners.

According to magazine officials, the annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards recognize the finest women entrepreneurs in North America and beyond. In its 12th year, it is widely considered one of the most prestigious recognition programs for women business owners. To receive the honor, nominees must demonstrate that they have fast-growth businesses, mentor or actively support other women and girls involved in entrepreneurship, and stand out as leaders in their communities. Many of the honorees also serve as leaders in organizations that support the growth of women’s entrepreneurship.

The award winners of 2014 includes 17 women from outside the United States, representing Canada, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Ghana, Egypt, Kenya, India, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, Brazil, and Switzerland. Award winners were recognized in six categories this year: annual sales revenues of more than $25 million; annual sales revenues of more than $10 million and up to $25 million; annual sales revenues of more than $5 million and up to $10 million; annual sales revenues of more than $2 million and up to $5 million; annual sales revenues of more than $1 million and up to $2 million; and annual sales revenues of up to $1 million. Jacob was listed in the more than $25 million category.

The award honorees were recognized during a two-day event held March 2-4, 2014 at the Ritz Carlton Sarasota in Sarasota, FL, USA.

NextGen VP Lori Eaton Named to Diversity Journal’s 2014 “Women Worth Watching”

ST. LOUIS, Dec. 13, 2013 --- Lori Eaton, Vice President of NextGen Information Services, Inc. has been named to the prestigious 2014 "Women Worth Watching" series awarded by Diversity Journal Magazine. The award celebrates women executives who are leaders, trailblazers, mentors and role models who embrace diversity and inclusion and who are an example to others. Eaton is profiled in the 12th annual edition which honors "today's women leaders and the corporations, organizations and institutions that recognize, employ, and promote women in the workforce". Nominated by their colleagues and mentors for their initiative and achievements, the award recognizes "women of purpose and drive who represent diversity within their spheres of influence."

Article excerpt sourced here   from the St. Louis Post Dispatch December 13, 2013 Written by Griffin Consulting

For more information on Lori, check out her Diversity Journal profile page  here

NextGen Celebrates the Season of Giving!

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NextGen VP Lori Eaton Brings Her A-Game!

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VP Lori Eaton Named to Regional Business Council's

Young Profesionals Network!

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"According to NextGen’s CEO, Carmen Jacob, “Lori Eaton is one of NextGen’s most recognizable faces. Her job is not an 8-5 shift, but a total engagement during the day, at after hour events, business or corporate giving events and to bettering the community she serves.”... (See Full Article)

Recognized for Giving Back to the Community

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NextGen VP Lori Eaton recognized by the "St. Louis Giving Guide!for charitable contributions and giving back to the community!

Recent Promotions at NextGen!

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NextGen Is On the Fast Track

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May 2, 2013:  NextGen was recognized as one of the "Top 150 Privately Held Companies in St. Louisby the St. Louis Business Journal

Congratulations NextGen Team! NextGen was recently recognized by the St. Louis Business Journal as one of the city’s top privately held companies! Congratulations to all those honored who strive to make St. Louis a better place to live and work. At NextGen, we work every day to make the workforce and the workplace…better!

 

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A pril 19, 2013:  NextGen was named as one of the "25 Fastest Growing Companies in St. Louisby the St. Louis Business Journal.

 

NextGen Awarded For Championing Diversity

 CORPORATE COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY AWARDED!

  • 2013:  NextGen ranked #25 in the "Top 100 Hispanic American Owned Businesses" in the US.
  • 2013:  NextGen ranked #118 in the "Top 500 Diversity Owned Businesses" in the US.
  • 2013:  NextGen ranked #38 in the "Top 500 Women Owned Businesses" in the US.
  • 2013:  NextGen ranked  #3 in the "Top 50 Diversity Owned Businesses" in Missouri

 

 April 26, 2013:  The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis named NextGen "...Hispanic Company of the Year!"

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Featured In Small Business Monthly

 

St. Louis---Small Business Monthly hosted a luncheon, at the Frontenac Hilton to honor St. Louis’ most tenacious entrepreneurs. Celebrating 19 Years of Top Women in Business, more than 350 members of the business community joined to honor this year’s recipients, including our own President Carmen Jacobs! Congratulations Carmen!

 

Do You Know Carmen Jacob

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NextGen, Founder, Carmen Jacob (Click Carmen's Picture to view her bio!)was included as one of the Top 100 St. Louisans You Should Know to Succeed in Business, by Small Business Monthly.

 

NextGen Tabs Local Resident As Manager

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(Director-Recruiting and Sourcing)

 December, 31 2012 (Click to view article!)

South County resident Kristina Wilson was named manager of recruiting and sourcing at NextGen, Information Services Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm headquartered in St. Louis. She heads the sourcing group, a new division of the company that is designed to provide a fresh and consistent pipeline of talent to the firm’s national recruitment team by using creative and resourceful searching techniques. Wilson joined NextGen in 2011 as a senior technical recruiter and account manager. Prior to joining the firm, she worked as a technical recruiter and management professional with a focus in career coaching and consulting. 

 

15 Year Anniversary

12/8/2012- NextGen Information Services, Inc., a staffing, recruiting and consulting firm specializing in IT recruiting, celebrated its 15 year anniversary and dedication to diversity and downtown business partnerships, with a special, fundraising event, Nov. 8th, at 906 Olive Street, in the Frisco building.

Numerous business leaders from St. Louis gathered to help commemorate NextGen’s history of success, and the firm’s commitment to diversity in the workplace as well as to St. Louis businesses and local charities. The reception included a gallery showcase of St. Louis artists, where art was purchased with a percentage of the proceeds going to St. Patrick Center, the South City Open Studio and gallery (SCOSAG) and the United Way. Representatives from these organizations were also in attendance.

Carmen Jacob, President of NextGen, spoke to about 100 guests regarding the company’s commitment to diversity in the work place. NextGen is a Certified Minority and Woman Owned Enterprise and has received numerous awards throughout the years by Inc. Magazine, DiversityBusiness.com and the St. Louis Business Journal for their efforts and achievements.  

Lori Eaton, NextGen’s Vice President, also introduced the firm’s unique new business platform, logo, branding efforts and pledge to “all things St. Louis.” According to Eaton, “About a year ago we were looking to expand and move our offices and made the corporate decision to stay in St. Louis and specifically downtown. We are thrilled with that choice and excited about our work with our large clients, the emerging IT organizations and small businesses now in St. Louis, as well as our increased support of St. Louis charities.”

The evening featured more than 30 local artists, with several of the artists going “live” on display working on specific pieces, music by the Dave Becherer Trio, and International Harpist, Eileen Gannon.

NextGen is a national IT and professional staffing, recruiting and consulting firm providing business solutions to the newest technology challenges for Fortune 500 companies, small business and local startup organizations. The company was established in 1997 and is headquartered here with satellite office in Atlanta, Denver and Chicago. The firm is a $70 million company and boasts more than 300 + consultants 35 markets throughout the country.

 

NextGen Is On The 2012 Inc. 5000

10/20/2012 - NextGen Information Services, Inc. is one of America's 5,000 fastest growing private companies! Inc. Magazine ranked NextGen 1,862 on its list of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S. on their annual Inc. 5000. For more than thirty years, Inc. has celebrated the fastest-growing private companies in America. NextGen is honored to be among the ranks of other Inc. 5000 companies like Intuit, Zappos, Under Armour, Microsoft, Jamba Juice, Timberland, Clif Bar, Pandora, Patagonia, Oracle, and new to the list this year, Publix Supermarkets, CDW, Levi Strauss, and Facebook! Thank you, Inc. for this recognition and thank you to all of our clients and contractors for using us to meet your needs!

 

NextGen Recognized As A Top 20 Minority Company

10/19/2009 - The St. Louis Minority Business Council recognizes NextGen as one of the Top 20 Minority Companies in St. Louis area. To view the entire article in the St. Louis Business Journal (more) For more diversity news, check out the NextGen Diversity page by selecting this link

 

NextGen Past Recognition

07/25/2005 - Jacob, Barton top revenue of $50 million at NextGen in the St. Louis Business Journal

12/2005 - AT&T recognizes NextGen as one of its key suppliers with a full page ad in the Wall Street Journal

 

More News

2015 - NextGen has been ranked #8 for largest Women-Owned Business and #19 for largest IT Consulting Firms in St. Louis.

12/01/2012 - NextGen has been ranked by the St. Louis Business Journal as the 4th Largest Minority Owned Business, the 8th Largest Woman Owned business and the 19th Largest Information Technology Firm in St. Louis!

11/01/2012 – NextGen has been listed as #1862 as one of the fastest growing companies in the country in IT Services and #81 as one of the Fastest Growing Hispanic Companies by Inc. Magazine 500/5000 list for 2012!

10/01/2012 – NextGen has been ranked #52 by DiversityBusiness.com for being in the top 500 Hispanic Owned Businesses in the US for 2012!

NextGen recognized as a top 20 minority company

10/19/2009 - The St. Louis Minority Business Council recognizes NextGen as one of the Top 20 Minority Companies in St. Louis area. To view the entire article in the St. Louis Business Journal (more)

For more diversity news, check out the NextGen Diversity page by selecting this link.

From the St. Louis Business Journal

07/25/2005 - Jacob, Barton top revenue of $50 million at NextGen (more)

AT&T recognizes NextGen's contribution

December 2005 - AT&T recognizes NextGen as one of its key suppliers with a full page ad in the Wall Street Journal (more)