ASAP Solutions Group, LLC
“Supplier Diversity is a top priority to ASAP Solutions Group. We are committed to supporting and growing women-owned businesses, and that’s why we are proud to support WBENC and the National Conference & Business Fair. I am excited to have the opportunity to welcome you to Atlanta, as we continue to move women and our businesses forward!”
ASAP is a comprehensive Talent Management Solutions Provider offering a host of services including: IT Consulting and Solutions, Vendor Management, IT/Professional Staff Augmentation, Payrolling/IC Compliance and Workforce Compliance.
Established in 1989, our team has extensive experience offering innovative solutions at very competitive rates, with a continued focus on developing and implementing business strategies that are customer-centric. Our clients include many Fortune 100 firms, as well as federal, state and local governments. We are among the largest certified women-owned businesses in the State of Georgia and was recently named one of Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Top 20 Women-Owned Firms in Atlanta.
Nancy Williams is a Technology Industry Executive with progressive experience in business development and large-scale account management with various fortune 100 companies.
As the current CEO of ASAP, Nancy provides hands-on leadership and direction to the company’s four business units: Staffing, Consulting, Workforce Compliance and Managed Services. Under Nancy’s leadership, ASAP has experienced significant growth, expansion and diversification. She was instrumental in launching branch offices in New Jersey, Chicago, Dallas and Hyderabad, India, enabling ASAP to provide comprehensive Talent Management Solutions nationwide.
Nancy was named in the Staffing Industry Analysts 2018 Global Power 150 – Women in Staffing, a list of the most influential women in North America, Europe and around the globe. She was also named to the SIA’s 2018 Americas 100 list.
Nancy has been inducted into the prestigious group of Women of Distinction, comprised of WBEs (Women’s Business Enterprises) that have given countless hours, held distinguished positions within the organization and provided support to WBENC. She is known as a thought leader and adviser within WBENC and the 14 Regional Partnership Organizations.
In addition to her leadership at ASAP, Nancy reaches out to the community through various avenues. She has been a Board Member with the C5 Youth Foundation of Georgia as well as an Executive Committee Officer for the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention. Nancy played a pivotal role in the establishment of a jobs program for youth supporting Partnership Against Domestic Violence. She is a founding member of Women Impacting Public Policy, WeConnect, and champions the cause of several organizations including: WBENC, Technology Associations of Georgia, TechBridge and the Greater Women’s Business Council. She is also a member of the prominent International Women’s Forum.
Nancy graduated from Georgia State University with a BBA in Computer Systems.