Inforce Technologies Signs Josh Greco

August 1, 2012 8:55am

Inforce Technologies Supports Josh Greco #976 for the Remainder of the  
2012 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship

CLEVELAND, OHIO – Inforce Technologies, a boutique insurance strategy and technology consulting firm, is proud to announce the recent support of Josh Greco #976 for the remainder of the 2012 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.

Brian MacKenzie, President & CEO of Inforce Technologies, had this to say about the recent sponsorship: "I recently read the Racer X Privateer Profile on Josh and I felt inspired to help.  Josh is fighting an uphill battle in the best of circumstances.  Without the resources to purchase and maintain his equipment it’s almost impossible to compete at this level, but he has. Beginning immediately we are pleased to provide Josh with the bikes and support to finish his 2012 campaign. We are hoping that others will follow our lead and provide Josh the support he needs to chase his dream.

Josh had this to say about his new sponsor, "I’m shocked to say the least.  For someone to read a story about me on Racer X and then offer this level of support for my racing is really amazing. This will allow me to compete on a fully race prepped Honda CRF450R as I strive to achieve my goal of being a top 20 contender.”

About Inforce Technologies
Inforce Technologies, a strategy and technology consulting firm with headquarters in Cleveland Ohio, combines technology expertise with deep functional knowledge of the insurance lifecycle to offer unparalleled support and critical synthesis between technology, business requirements, and resources.

When you work with Inforce Technologies, you access and leverage a dynamic team of highly skilled, experienced, and accountable onshore resources creating a noticeably different client experience. We combine a consultant’s unique problem-solving orientation with deep technical knowledge and strong execution to help clients achieve success in their most critical missions.

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