International Business Machines: CASY & MSCCN Partnership with IBM Grows

IBM expands support to non-profits to include additional technology and marketing assistance.

SaluteMyJob's US sister organisation, CASY & their partner MSCCN, two nonprofits serving the employment needs of military and veteran communities, recently announced their expanded partnership with IBM as they continue to combat unemployment and underemployment in the military and veteran communities in the US. SaluteMyJob uses the same technology solution as CASY, kindly granted through IBM's Citizenship agenda, where veterans' employment is high up the list of priorities.


According to Stacy Bayton, Sr. Executive Vice President of CASY & MSCCN, “IBM has been a big supporter of the military and veteran communities for years; we are most appreciative of the support they provide our organizations and the opportunities to collaborate and find new and better ways to increase successful outcomes for those we serve.”

SaluteMyJob uses the same technology solution as CASY, kindly granted through IBM's citizenship agenda, where veterans' employment is high up the list of priorities.

Through IBM's partnership with CASY & MSCCN, they has donated their Smarter Workforce solutions, including IBM® Kenexa® BrassRing on Cloud, which provides applicant tracking, case management, and communications capabilities to Employment Specialists as they assist their military-affiliated job seekers with training and placement. IBM also collaborates with CASY through the i2® Analyst’s Notebook® Training, providing course instruction and certification to transitioning active duty,National Guard, Reserves, and veterans from all branches.

Andrew Jackson, Managing Director of SaluteMyJob comments:

I am delighted to see that, with IBM's help, our US sister organisation, Corporate America Supports You placed over 7.500 veterans into employment in the US last year. SaluteMyJob is proud to work closely with the CASY team and to be importing their proven model, good practice and technology to the UK.  

Melley has approved an increased commitment to CASY & MSCCN that will expand the number of i2 Analyst Notebook classes held around the US in 2016, provide technology upgrades to Brassring, and add other IBMproducts to aid the organizations in their mission. IBM’s help will expand beyond technology and training as they will also supply marketing and public relations support through a Digital Marketing workshop, offered through the IBM Impact Grants program.

CASY & MSCCN leadership will meet with IBM in April to continue work on their marketing campaign.

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