Steven DeAnda wins TechWise Superior Performance Award

Shawnee Starr (CEO, TechWise), Steven DeAnda (TechWise) and F. Michael Hayes (Project Manger, Native Hawaiian Veterans, LLC)

Steven DeAnda won the TechWise Certificate for Superior Performance Award for his support of Ft. Carson.

Steven was nominated by F. Michael Hayes (Project Manger, Native Hawaiian Veterans, LLC) for his work during the week of January 30, 2018 through February 15, 2018 when he disassembled the old and reinstalled 60 new computers with zero fanfare or interruption to scheduled classes while continuing to maintain 121 devices with a 99.9% uptime for the entire year. 

According to Mr. Hayes,

Steven’s actions and interactions with the customer made the company look efficient, professional and demonstrated flexibility. Because of his hard work, we were able to complete required deliverables on time with little fanfare. I want to thank Mr. De’Anda and recognize him as a team player for keeping this project on task. Having stellar employees like him on board at the Troop School and TechWise is what gives us the stellar reputation in field of logistics training.”

Congratulations again to Steven for this outstanding accomplishment

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