July 17, 2015
Xantrion, Inc., a top 100 worldwide provider of IT services for small and midsize companies in the San Francisco Bay Area, recently received a Family Business Achievement Award.
The award was sponsored by Smart Business Magazine, The Alliance of CEOs, The University of San Francisco School of Management and other notable business organizations. The sponsors identified San Francisco Bay Area companies that have demonstrated a strong commitment to both business and family and are engaged in innovative business practices and strategies designed to enhance the family business dynamic.
Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners. Winners are determined based on the information gathered by award sponsors. Winners tend to effectively utilize outside resources, have strong non-family engagement, implement innovative business practices and succession plans and have positive family-business linkage.
"We are honored to receive this award," said Anne Bisagno, president and co-founder of Xantrion. "More importantly, we are gratified that some of our strongly held beliefs are holding us in good stead. For example, we believe, if we do good things for our team, they'll do good things for our clients. Our clients will in turn do good things for the business. As the business grows and improves, we can do more good things for our team, and so on."
Experts in network design, application hosting, security, and technical support, Xantrion provides outsourced IT services for small and midsized companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. Its team of professionals brings impeccable technical, business, and interpersonal skills to every assignment. Featuring an award-winning consultative approach, SOC2 Type II credentialed data centers, 24/7 help desk, fixed fees, and a 99.95% uptime record, Xantrion is a proven partner for both project-based and turnkey network services.
The Family Business Achievement Award program was established to recognize companies that have demonstrated a strong commitment to both business and family
and are engaged in innovative business practices and strategies designed to enhance the family business dynamic. Nominees must have a minimum of two
family members involved in the organization and be privately held. A family member is defined as siblings, spouses, children, grandchildren, or cousins.
They may be from a single generation or multi-generations.