Institutions that offer vocational and technical training on business and management skills (including courses in business, communications, economics, management, leadership, business law, customer service, secretarial administration, accounting, auditing, finance, sales and marketing, and other business-related subjects). The training often leads to job-specific certification.
Institutions that offer vocational and technical training on a variety of technical subjects and trades. The training often lead to job-specific certification.
Institutions that offer vocational and technical training on computer technologies (including courses on network operating systems management, database design and management, programming and implementation, software system design and development, integration of software applications, and other technologies). The training often leads to job-specific certification.
Companies that provide consultation, auditing, and outsourcing information technology services to businesses. The services include auditing, implementing, deploying, and administering information technology systems.
Companies that resell software applications developed and published by others to end-users (individuals or businesses) through direct marketing, retail stores, web sites.
Holding companies that engage in a variety of manufacturing, trading, and/or service industries either directly or indirectly by acquiring other enterprises such that they form a group of companies run as a single organization and under common ownership.
Companies that design, manufacture, market, and/or distribute security systems, such as robbery and fire alarms and locking devices.
Companies that provide transmission of and access to voice, data, text, sound, and video communication services. The industry includes companies that operate and maintain telephone, mobile, messaging, internet and other networks in addition to resellers, infrastructure developers, telecommunications investment companies, and other telecommunications service providers.
Institutions that offer instruction and vocational training in a variety of academic and non-academic subjects (including language, fine arts, sports and recreation, and other subjects). Instruction can range from skills for personal enrichment to training for career or educational opportunities.
Companies that provide transmission, access, and resale of telecommunication services such as teleconferencing, video conferencing, web conferencing, telemetry, and other telecommunication services.
Companies that manufacture, market, and distribute basic materials, industrial products, chemicals, as well as machinery and equipment.
Companies that design, manufacture, market, distribute, or trade in equipment used to provide long-distance, local, and corporate access to voice, data, text, sound, and video communication services, which includes the software integral to the equipment.
Companies that specialize in providing computer and information technology services to businesses including network design, configuration of gateways, servers, and devices, computer and email set up, information back up, program training, hardware and software installation, memory upgrade, and other services.
Institutions that offer instruction and vocational training in a variety of academic and non-academic subjects other than fine arts, sports, and language. Instruction can range from skills for personal enrichment to training for career or educational opportunities. Those include religious instruction, first aid instruction, life guard training, self defense instruction, bridge instruction, driver training schools, and other instruction or training.
Companies that provide services related to computers that include software development and reselling, website services, website and database hosting, storage services, network setup and maintenance, consultation, IT auditing, and other related services.
Companies that develop, produce, publish, deploy, and market software programs, procedures, and instructions for specific task-based applications that are processed by computers, embedded systems, mobile devices, and other systems.
Companies that provide transmission of and access to voice, data, text, sound, and video communication services. The companies operate and manage wired and wireless transmission facilities and networks; design, manufacture, market, distribute, and resell equipment used for such communication; in addition to companies that provide related support services such as systems installation, repair, maintenance, and other services.
Companies that design, manufacture, assemble, and distribute computers and computer hardware (including personal, large-scale, and specialized computers, computer peripheral devices, other computer-based systems) and companies that provide services related to computers including development, programming, consulting, distribution, installation, maintenance, and other support services.
Holding companies that engage in a variety of industries either directly or indirectly by acquiring other enterprises such that they form a group of companies run as a single organization and under common ownership. Conglomerates include organizations with diversified manufacturing, diversified services, diversified trading, and multi-line business activities.
Learning institutions including childcare, elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, vocational schools or institutions, and institutions that provide educational support services.
Companies that provide computer storage space and related services including periodic computer and server backup, archiving and consolidating data from multiple company locations, disaster recovery IT setup, storage on demand, data storage consulting, content storage management, and other related services.
Companies that design, build, maintain, manage, and operate telecommunications network infrastructure, including fiber-optic cabling, wireless communications towers, private networks, and in-building networks.
Institutions that offer vocational education, which include technical schools and training centers. The training can range from skills for personal improvement to job-specific certification.
Companies that design, manufacture, assemble, market, distribute, and/or lease machinery and equipment (lighting equipment, agriculture machinery, commercial hardware, fastener equipment, construction machinery, electrical machinery, food service and food retail machinery, industrial automation and industrial control equipment, pumps, valves, seals, fluid control equipment, as well as safety and security equipment).
Companies that import and/or distribute telecommunications equipment.
Companies that provide services related to computers and computer networks including hardware and software installation, consulting, IT auditing, systems integration, maintenance, upgrading, and other support services.