Our ROI-driven solutions serve the Banking & Financial, Health & Life Sciences, Federal Civilian and National Security markets in multiple geographic locations via on-site and remote consulting. Our cloud-based innovation center platform allows for rapid development of prototypes and solutions at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional consulting engagements.
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People are not simply the most important asset of the company, they are the company. Our clients hire and re-hire us because we employ high performing, highly skilled IT professionals. Our employees are our major strength and our clients benefit from a well trained, conscientious, and diligent work force. Unissant employees are extremely talented and experienced in the IT industry, with an average experience level of eight (8) or more years. We hire industry certified individuals and encourage our employees to continuously learn and expand their knowledge base.
The attraction, long term development, and retention of top talent are critical success factors to Unissant’s success. Utilization of this talent requires constant attention to a professional working environment, positive team dynamics, and long-term growth of individuals, teams, and organizations. It also requires competitive compensation packages that are on par with large businesses. These packages include tax-deferred retirement accounts with employer contributions, health, life and disability insurance, vision and dental coverage, customized training, and paid-time off benefits.
Unissant is a small, growing business. We encourage innovative thinking and thought leadership. That is what our clients want solutions that they have not thought of already that will help them achieve their goals faster, cheaper, and better. Our employees have direct access to each other and to our leadership team and can affect continuous learning and improvement for our company as a whole. Our employees’ thoughts, ideas, and collaboration shape decisions and direction on a daily basis.
In order to realize our vision and to bring true value to our customers, Unissant relentlessly strives for excellence in every facet of our operations by constantly examining, improving, and reinventing. We focus sharply on delivering value to our clients based on their needs.
Underpinning this drive for excellence is a commitment to absolute integrity in interactions with customers, partners, suppliers, stakeholders, and colleagues.
We believe good business starts with good people who believe giving back is fundamental for success. We set our goals high when it comes to the well-being of our community.
The San Antonio DHA PASS team celebrated an early Thanksgiving. Reggie Sennie provided the stuffed salmon entrée which received rave reviews from all in attendance!
Unissant was a proud sponsor of this year’s Fisher House Casino Night fundraiser in Orlando, FL during the Defense Health Information Technology Symposium.
Fisher House Foundation is best known for a network of comfort homes where military and veterans’ families can stay at no cost while a loved one is receiving treatment. These homes are located at major military and VA medical centers nationwide, close to the medical center or hospital they serve. The homes are normally located within walking distance of the treatment facility or have transportation available. There are 65 Fisher Houses located on 24 military installations and 24 VA medical centers. Many more houses are under construction or in design.
Unissant Employees came together to support the NIH “Most Needed Item Wish List” drive in April this year. These are Items that the families that are going thru treatment need on a day to day basis at the NIH Inn.
The Children’s Inn at NIH is a residential “Place Like Home’’ for families with children participating in leading-edge research studies at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland. The NIH Clinical Center is the nation’s premier biomedical research hospital, providing an opportunity for our residents to be partners in advancing medical discoveries and improving the health of people all over the world. While the NIH takes care of the child’s medical needs, The Inn tends to the child’s heart, soul and spirit.
The Inn is a private, nonprofit, family-centered hospital hospitality house located on the campus of the NIH. Since opening in 1990, nearly 12,000 children have come from all 50 states and 86 countries to stay together with their families–for free–in The Inn’s supportive environment. The Inn understands the important role the entire family plays during a child’s illness, and that’s why our mission is to meet the needs of our families, reduce the burden of medical treatment and facilitate healing through therapeutic, educational and recreational programming.
The Ronald McDonald House mission is to reduce the burden of childhood illness on children and their families by providing a “home away from home” while the children are receiving medical care.
When a child is diagnosed with a serious illness, families face emotional distress, financial strains, and many other devastating consequences. In addition to attending to the complicated medical needs of their children, families struggle to remain together, maintain their jobs, care for other children or family members, keep up with medical and out-of-pocket expenses, and address the psychosocial effects on their children. Because of Ronald McDonald House Charities, families are not forced to spend their days and nights in a crowded waiting room or in the isolation of expensive hotel rooms. Instead, they come “home” to our Houses and Family Room and find a friendly face, a home-cooked meal, a comfortable bed, a hot shower and a calming place to rejuvenate. Instead of focusing on these worries, families can be near to and provide comfort for their medically fragile child in which studies have shown can have a positive effect on the child’s recovery.
For the past two years Unissant has supported AFCEA Bethesda’s annual event, A Night for the Children Gala.
For 16 years, AFCEA Bethesda has supported charitable giving, including raising more than $6 million for charities benefiting the health, welfare, and education of children.
The successful history of the Night for the Children Gala and the generosity of the government contracting community enables AFCEA Bethesda to help the receiving charities achieve significantly strong financial foundations. The gala supports three charities — House of Ruth, the Hope for Henry Foundation and Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund.
These three charities embody the broader values, mission and goals that agencies like the Department of Justice, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and our Armed Forces support through dedicated programs for children and families in need.