Posted 05/30/2019 by
As part of this year’s ScanSource Partner Summit in Indianapolis, IN, we were so excited to work with Scholastic and the Indianapolis Public School Education Foundation to announce the ScanSource FastLane “Driving for Literacy” initiative. The program, which is aimed at promoting literacy provided more than 1,000 books to students in three elementary schools in Indianapolis.
Posted 12/14/2018 by
ScanSource has been named Distributor of the Year by Channelnomics, one of the industry’s leading providers of IT news and analysis, in the 2018 Channelnomics Innovation Awards (CIAs). The CIAs are designed to recognize channel players across North America who bring innovation, forward thinking and excitement to the channel. This year marks the third consecutive year ScanSource has received the recognition.
Posted 12/07/2018 by
University of South Carolina Athletics has wrapped up another successful Week of Giving, the annual charitable initiative to give back to non-profit organizations in the greater Columbia, South Carolina area. ScanSource has been honored to participate alongside USC student athletes for three consecutive years – volunteering with organizations like the Ronald McDonald House, Salvation Army, and Palmetto Children’s Hospital in Columbia. This year, ScanSource employees packed and prepared boxes at Harvest Hope – one of South Carolina’s largest food banks serving 20 counties and 27 million meals across the state – and sorted donated clothes at the Salvation Army, which will go to families and individuals in need.
Posted 06/02/2018 by
Selling your home in a buyer’s market is something homeowners dread. The competitive offers at full price are replaced by the sinking feelings of less-than-asking price and ponying up cash for incentives you weren’t expecting. This same level of uncertainty can also be true for employers looking to hire and retain top talent in a job-candidate’s market. At the time of this writing, the unemployment level is hovering around 4 percent. While this is excellent news from the once-frightening 10 percent days of 2009, this lower number poses a challenge for employers hoping to recruit the best and brightest.