Glenn Davis is President and CEO of BranCore Technologies, LLC. Glenn has been in the Information Technology field since 1986. Twenty six of those years have been in the consulting field. His management experience and his long time involvement in the I/T industry and community have made him extremely knowledgeable and well known in the ever-changing field. Glenn’s experiences include information systems management, large-scale systems development, systems integration, and communications. His breadth of experience uniquely qualifies BranCore Technologies, LLC to serve a large and diverse client base.
Before starting his own company, Glenn served as an Account Manager, Project Manager, and Senior Consultant for one of the largest I/T Consulting firms in Central Virginia. In 2017, Glenn received the RVATech/RichTech Chairman’s award. This award is given to an individual or organization that has made a significant impact on the growth of technology in the region, and/or the advancement of Greater Richmond as center for technology innovation.
Glenn received the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Business Alumni Star Award in 2011. The Alumni Star Award recognizes alumni for their community, humanitarian, professional achievements and University Service. Glenn and BranCore Technologies were also selected to receive the prestigious Top 100 Minority Business® Enterprise Award for 2009. This award was designed to acknowledge and pay tribute to outstanding minority and women business owners in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and the District of Columbia. Through his leadership, BranCore Technologies, LLC received the 2009 Lasting Impression Award given by the Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council (VMSDC). This award is presented to a certified minority business enterprise for the outstanding professional image exhibited in the business community. BranCore Technologies was the recipient of the 2004 Entrepreneur of the Year award given by the Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council (VMSDC) under his leadership. Glenn was selected as a finalist for the 2006, 2005, 2004, and 2003 Technology Awards, given by RichTech, formerly known as the Greater Richmond Technology Council (GRTC) for the IBM Leadership Award. Glenn was also a finalist for the 2004 Technology Awards given by RichTech, for the Ernst & Young’s Emerging Company Award and the IBM Leadership Award. Glenn served as a RVATech/RichTech Executive Board of Director member as well as a VCU Business Alumni Society Board of Director member. He is the recipient of VCU’s first Information Systems Alumnus of the Year award.
Glenn served as Association Director, President, and Vice President for the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP), formerly known as the Data Processing Management Association (DPMA). He has served as a member of the Computer Advisory Committee for Garfield Childs Memorial Fund, VCU Advisory Adopt-A- School program, and ECPI Advisory Committee.