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 SBA Spotlights a Small Business Success Story

As a service-disabled veteran entrepreneur, Martha Daniel has grown Information Management Resources, Inc. (IMRI), which she founded in 1992, into a profitable business through her leadership and assistance from programs offered by U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), according to the Washington, DC-based agency who spotlighted her small business success story in their most recent eNewsletter.
IMRI, imri.com, is an industry-leading provider of cybersecurity, technology, program management and engineering services for government organizations and commercial enterprises.
IMRI is a change integrator that leverages its nearly 27 years of highly specialized data center expertise to provide its clients with integrated, solution-based programs to help them meet the requirements and challenges of an ever-changing business environment. Working with some of the largest organizations and networks in the world, IMRI operates in 19 states, providing its clients a critical combination of corporate experience, localized expertise, and proven methodologies and tools that integrate seamlessly into any enterprise.
“Today the company employs more than 155 people worldwide, specializing in cybersecurity, engineering, technology and program management. A true advocate for change, Martha also contributes her time and resources to various community organizations,” notes SBA on Instagram.
“During #BlackHistoryMonth, SBA honors the valuable contributions African Americans like Martha make to our economy and communities. #smallbusiness #entrepreneur #empowersmallbiz #veteran,” SBA adds on its Instagram post highlighting her success, instagram.com/p/BuKECjlgxjr.
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