Resource Management, Inc, a Massachusetts-based Human Resources Outsourcing Service, is proud to announce their rise in the Hispanic Business 500 rankings. The annual directory provides a measure of performance and progress for all those involved in the U.S. Hispanic economy. The June 24 rankings revealed that RMI had moved from number 54 to number 47 in the prestigious 30-year old directory of America’s largest Hispanic-owned companies.
When founder and CEO Reinaldo Lopez started RMI in 1995, he never imagined he’d own such an integral provider of Human Resources services for small to medium sized companies. From the very beginning, he and his team have been focused on providing the best service possible for their customers and are extremely honored by the recognition of their years of dedication.
“We’re very proud to have achieved this ranking and to be acknowledged for the hard work that we’ve done. I think the fact that we’ve been recognized in the past and continue to be recognized as one of the largest providers of human resources in New England will definitely help us continue to grow.”
The RMI family has kept their focus on quality throughout their remarkable expansion from a single, small office in Massachusetts to a multi-state operation with 39 employees and over $137 million in revenues. They believe that maintaining their core values during their growth has helped them continue to deliver quality service to customers across the United States.
“We’re persistent in delivering services to our clients. We’ve added more staff and that’s had an effect on our success. I think that our business model has been consistent and that we provide an excellent service to small and mid-market companies.”
But, of course, it’s not just about business. With great success comes great responsibility and RMI understands just what that means. RMI gives back to their community, both locally and regionally, by donating to a variety of charitable organizations, including the United Way, providing scholarships for high school graduates in Osceola County, Florida and acting as pillars of the Hispanic business community through roles in the Hispanic Business Council.
In the end, RMI hopes to show the Hispanic community that their success is everyone’s success. The same family attitude that permeates the corporate culture of RMI is evident in their interest in creating opportunities for everyone their company touches, from clients to neighbors and potential customers as well. Just like in a family, RMI’s leadership hopes that their example will inspire others to greatness.