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2010 Second Edition of the Most Influential Hispanics in Information Technology Released

 HCS Releases the 2010 Second Edition of the Most Influential Hispanics in

Information Technology (TOP 100) Sponsored by the Hispanic IT Executive Council

DETROIT, -- Today Heitzman's Communication
Solutions (HCS) unveiled the 2010 second edition of TOP 100 which recognizes the
nation's top Hispanic executives within the information technology industry.
This year's TOP 100 were chosen out of more than 4000 IT professionals. The
nominees were selected by an independent four-member panel of judges. A full
version of the Most Influential Hispanics in IT can be viewed at -- sponsor.

The TOP 100 were selected based on a criteria that evaluated their individual
achievements in the industry, professional level, scope of responsibility,
position held in their companies, as well as their involvement in boards and
diversity initiatives.

"It is with great pleasure, pride and honor that we recognize these accomplished
individuals in the IT Global community. The TOP 100 list highlights their
accomplishments and contributions to their respective businesses, communities
and countries," said J. Alberto Yepez, HITEC chairman.

"In their respective roles, they create tremendous value for their organizations
and add an unprecedented global perspective to their executive leadership teams
and boards in these ever changing economic times," Yepez added.

"It has been an exciting year for Hispanics in this country. We are launching
this publication on the heels of the appointment of the first Hispanic woman to
the Supreme Court," said Sheena Heitzman of Heitzman's Communication Solutions
and Publisher of the TOP 100 Most Influential Hispanics in Information


HITEC (Hispanic IT Executive Council) was founded by senior Hispanic IT
executives who have built outstanding careers in information technology but
realized that there were far too few Hispanics in the IT leadership role. With a
strong desire and passion to make an impact within the Hispanic IT community by
helping others reach the highest levels, HITEC was formed in late 2006. These
national leaders include executives leading Fortune 500 corporations on both
U.S. and global initiatives while others lead some of the largest Hispanic owned
IT firms in the United States.

          Board of Directors
          Andre Arbelaez

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