Jerry McQuoid: HumanTouch to Help USMC Adopt Recruitment Tech Platforms

cyber, computerThe U.S. Marine Corps has awarded HumanTouch a contract to help USMC develop a new framework for implementing information technology systems to manage recruitment of potential service members.

HumanTouch said Wednesday it will create an IT execution roadmap for the Marine Corps Recruiting Command to leverage the Next Generation Enterprise Network, Marine Corps Enterprise Information Technology Services and the Navy Marine Corps Intranet.

“As Marines ourselves, there is no greater sense of satisfaction than knowing our support and thought leadership will strengthen the mission of MCRC and the 4200 recruiters who deliver this mission world-wide,” said Jerry McQuoid, director of Navy/Marine Corps market at HumanTouch.

McLean, Virginia-based HumanTouch works with government and commercial organizations to help them deploy IT products designed to improve operational efficiency, accelerate time to market, and increase customer engagement.

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