Practicing Sustainability

Practicing Sustainability
Though the New Year 2013 has just begun, it is already bringing with it much uncertainty for small businesses. So much so that small business owners are holding their companies at a standstill. However, we at Victory know the value of practicing sustainability even in an ever-changing environment. It is important that we work to build stronger relationships with our Clients by providing even better services and products. To do so entails working collectively with our manufacturers in design and development stages so that we always provide value-added products as well as ensuring that our staff is kept up-to-date with skills and business knowledge so that we may offer the best and brightest. In addition, we know the importance of having a successful Quality Management System as well as a well-respected, highly regarded accounting system that supports our business practices.
SCS’s President, Laura Davis says that a debated consideration of a company is “whether a company should get their infrastructure in place before or after contract award.” Although many companies ponder this consideration, we at Victory know the answer is to be prepared to serve our current Clients and future Clients at all times by having a solid infrastructure to handle their most basic to their most crucial needs. We continue to grow our infrastructure to support our Clients (Navy, NASA, Department of Interior, State of Maryland, Cox Communications, HP, CB Richard Ellis, and Department of Homeland Security) because our most important objective is meeting and exceeding our Client’s objectives.