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Tony Jimenez, President and CEO of MicroTech, was awarded the Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council’s (CRMSDC) highest honor, the Reginald F. Lewis Lifetime Achievement Award.
MicroTech, a leading Technology Integrator and Services Provider specializing in Telecom and Cloud Solutions, today announced that it has once again achieved Gold Partner status in the Oracle Partner Network (OPN).
Mr. Jimenez (MicroTech’s Founder) and MicroTech itself have both reached an administrative agreement with the Small Business Administration (SBA) regarding the proposed debarment.
A decade ago this month from his kitchen table, Tony Jimenez (Founder of MicroTech) established a company which through much hard work, vision, and perseverance, has evolved into a nationally recognized, industry leading Service-Disabled, Veteran-
MicroTech is in the midst of delivering a $1.28M Air Force project at Dover AFB, Delaware to relocate their Network Control Center (NCC) into the base’s new consolidated communications facility data center.
Preston Quick (SVP, TSS and CIO) and his teams’ senior leadership participated in a team building exercise today along with our EVP for Operations, Steve Truitt. The basis of the class was an Apollo 13 simulation conducted by Gami
Ron Lehto, VP of Proposals and newly hired Jim Sweeney, Sr. Director of Business Development, represented MicroTech at the Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) Information Exchange this week.
MicroTech and Avaya recently held a strategic partner training session in the MicroTech Headquarters’ training center in Vienna, VA.
MicroTech, a long-time supporter of the military with contributions to programs such as the Wounded Warrior Foundation, The Intrepid Fund, National Association of American Veterans (NAAV), Brooke Army Medical Center, Walter Reed Army Medical Cente
Starting Friday night and running through Tuesday, MicroTech is among 2,000 volunteers that are taking on the challenge of packaging over half a million meals for starving children around the world.
MicroTech employees recently joined together in bringing much needed items to ECHO (Ecumenical Community Helping Others), a nonprofit, all-volunteer charitable organization dedicated to assisting those who suffer the effects of long-term poverty a