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SR 50 Fastest Growing IT Services Companies 2015

Favor TechConsulting: Delivering leading edge information management and information technologies by keeping a strategic focus on excellence

Favor TechConsulting, LLC (FTC) delivers leading edge information management and information technology (IM/IT) services to a wide variety of corporate and government clients. FTC’s success is built upon a proactive, customer-centric, and best practices-based approach which incorporates continuous process improvement. This focus on excellence extends to all aspects of their client organization, resulting in a client partnership which is flexible, transparent, and responsive, providing services and products that organizations can rely upon.

FTC offers a wide variety of IT services to support enterprises at every level. These include Management Consulting, Cloud Architecture, Software Development, Agile Implementation and Coaching Support, Data Science and Analytics, Systems Engineering, Testing, Cyber Security, and other IM/IT services.

As part of their future endeavors, the company strives to be an integral part of their client’s efforts to achieve their tactical, operational, and strategic business goals. They enable this through the development, design, management, and implementation of proven business processes and innovative technical solutions. Their customer-centric approach is designed to foster cost reduction, simplified processes, and proactive risk mitigation strategies that are seamlessly integrated throughout the life of every project.

Capabilities
FTC’s portfolio of capabilities draw upon their core strengths of operational management, solution design and delivery, modeling, analysis, and strategy development, to provide the answers their clients need to cut through the noise, and move forward decisively.

  • Program Management
  • Information Technology
  • Training
  • Consulting
  • Security Solutions
  • Technology Partnership

FTC’s Unique Values
Integrate: their collaborative client-centric approach results in integrated service delivery, specifically tailored to the client’s needs.

Innovate: they leverage client partnerships to inform, identify, and implement process and innovative solutions which positively impact their client’s business and operations.

Accelerate: their holistic, integrative approach incorporates continuous assessment and improvement cycles designed to reduce process complexity/redundancy, improve outcomes, and accelerate operational delivery.

Plan for days ahead
For years ahead, the company endeavors to provide best value, most knowledgeable and innovative teams, delivering the highest impact partnership to ensure clients’ success.

Knowing the Masters

Vaseal Montgomery, President, CEO
Vaseal’s military background has honed her leadership abilities, enabling her to run an organized and efficient business. Her experience in the Healthcare Information Technology industry enables her to identify key business opportunities and develop courses of action to enhance organizational operations and improve business processes. She provides the mission, vision, goals, and overall strategic objectives for FTC. Vaseal is accountable and responsible for the financial, operational and daily operations and activities of FTC.

Vaseal earned a Master of Science in Counseling from Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington, a Master of Science in Management of Information Systems from Nova Southeastern University in Davie, FL , and a Master of Divinity and Master of Art Christian Education from Virginia Union University in Richmond, VA and skillfully applies her knowledge and experience in overseeing FTC.

Prior to founding FTC, Vaseal served 30 years in the United States Army where some of her positions included; Chief Information Officer/Director of Information Management for the Army Surgeon General; Program Manager, Tri-Service Infrastructure Program Office; Chief Information Officer (CIO), North Atlantic Regional Medical Command; Chief Information Officer, Walter Reed Army Medical Center; Director Information Management, Womack Army Medical Center; CIO, Martin Army Community Hospital; and CIO, Gorgas Army Community Hospital.

Don Sottile, Chief Technology Officer
Don holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Hofstra University in New York with a minor in Engineering as well as his PMP from the PMI Institute. He is also trained in CMMI for Development and Services in addition to ITIL. Don currently serves on the board of eXpertivity. Prior to joining FTC, Don served as the Vice President of Technology Services and Support at Planned Systems International where one of his key initiatives was designing, implementing and overseeing PSI’s cloud services. Don founded SGS Partners, Inc., a financial and technical services consulting firm focused on providing senior leadership services to small and mid-sized corporations. He also held positions as CTO of Pedestal, Inc. and CIO of SunTrust Equitable Securities, the Investment Banking Division of SunTrust Bank, Inc. Don has overseen projects for Barclays de Zoete Wedd’s Money Market and Foreign Exchange Division and Republic National Bank of New York’s Global Treasury, Mortgage Processing and Credit Systems divisions. Prior to Don’s civilian career he served as an Armor officer in the United States Army.

Benjamin Lin, Chief Operating Officer
Ben is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park with a BS in Accounting. He also has additional undergraduate studies from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Prior to joining FTC, Ben worked at Morgan Stanley as a financial advisor. Subsequently, Ben managed an accounting and consulting firm. His primary focuses there were accounting and finance functions.

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