The South Central Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council (SCOMSDC) 2012 Supplier of the Year Class II award was presented to Vocalink, Inc. The company’s CEO, Amelia Rodriguez, accepted the award at the SCOMSDC 40th Anniversary Gala and Silent Auction on November 16, 2012.

The “Class II MBE of the Year” award is given annually to a minority business enterprise (MBE), with annual sales between $1M and $10M, which has demonstrated its ability to deliver exceptional quality and service to corporate clients.

A premier Language Service Provider of translation, interpretation and enterprise language technology solutions, Vocalink was founded in 1995. Following Amelia’s vision Vocalink quickly went Global, serving international clients through ground breaking services such as The Vault, a language translation management program, adding language to AutoTriage an Emergency Room mobile patient triage solution, Vialink, a video remote interpreting service, and Openlingo, an innovative online training service.

“Our vision is to make communication with the world easy in any language, in a way that is truly effective for our clients – says Amelia Rodriguez – and in this respect, Vocalink has leaped forward considerably by adding a new array of high-end solutions to an already diverse and innovative service range. This Supplier of the Year Award reinforces that we are on the right track to provide our clients with the best service possible. And we will continue to live up to this goal, always aiming higher.”

“The competition for Supplier of the Year had fantastic candidates. – says SCOMSDC Corporate Awards Judge Eric Joiner, President and CEO of Scorpion Data Security – The quality of Vocalink’s people, excellent customer service and its commitment to developing a successful minority business in South Central Ohio, make us proud to award this company Supplier of the Year. We know that there are greater achievements to come from this phenomenal company.”