Alluvionic lands in 2022 Seminole 100
Melbourne, Fla. (February 21, 2022) – Alluvionic, Inc., a project management, process improvement, cybersecurity and product development services firm headquartered in Melbourne, FL, was recognized for organizational excellence and achievement on Florida State University’s (FSU) 2022 Seminole 100. This prestigious list recognizes the 100 fastest-growing FSU alumni-owned or alumni-led businesses.
Honorees were recognized at the Seminole 100 Celebration on February 19 at the Dunlap Champions Club in Tallahassee by The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneur
ship, part of the FSU College of Business, and professional services firm EY. This annual event honors FSU’s entrepreneurs, allowing them to share valuable business insights with each other, while recognizing entrepreneurial achievement.
“As an alum of FSU, I’m truly honored that Alluvionic was recognized on the Seminole 100,” said Alluvionic founder, President and CEO Wendy Romeu. “Our success is fostered by our family atmosphere and valued Alluvionic employees. I look forward to our team’s continued growth as we work together towards Project Assurance.”
“Entrepreneurial forward progress and innovation are key ingredients to the success of Alluvionic and the impact they are making on our business community and beyond.” said Michael Ayers, President & CEO of the Melbourne Regional Chamber. “Congratulations to Wendy and the team for this incredible recognition.”
Romeu founded Alluvionic in 2013 to help businesses achieve their process and system implementation goals, implementing a portfolio of best in class project management tools and proven techniques. Applying her comprehensive knowledge of Project Management, Romeu and her team have effectively led extensive enterprise Process Improvement, CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration), PMO (Project Management Office) and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) implementations for a wide range of clients in various industries. In 2015, the organization added engineering capabilities diversifying and rapidly accelerating the business, followed by the addition of cybersecurity capabilities in 2020.
Recently, Alluvionic broke ground on a new 5,000 square-foot headquarters which will include up to 15 working areas, a leading-edge engineering lab, a large breakroom, and a hub for collaboration to be used for both training and conference meetings. Construction of the new headquarters is scheduled to be complete by December 2022.
For more details and the full Seminole 100 list, visit www.Seminole100.FSU.edu/