With no marketing or brand presence for the first decade of TSP’s history, the company still saw yearly double-digit revenue growth. With those kind of stats, how do you justify marketing spends? That question was answered with ensuring that TSP was attracting the best candidates in the job market. By amplifying its reach and profile, TSP would make sure to have a presence not only with customers, but potential future employees.
(DALLAS) March 3, 2017 – TSP (Technology Service Professionals), a privately held IT services company, is proud to announce Kristi Suddock, the company’s director of talent management, as the first runner up for ADDISON Magazine’s 2017 Top Female Executive Awards.
“Not only was it a great honor to be named as one of the finalists for this award, I am thrilled to have been chosen as first runner-up,” said Suddock. “Working at TSP is already a rewarding experience, and I am truly flattered that my family, friends and colleagues took the time to vote on my behalf.”
Suddock joined the TSP team in August of 2014, and was then promoted to director of talent management in January of 2016. In this leadership role, Suddock is responsible for coordinating the people enterprise functions of TSP in accordance with the mission, vision and core values of the company.
“We are so proud to have one of our own #TSProckstars recognized as one of Addison’s top female executives,” said Frank Gonzalez, co-founder and CEO of TSP. “This award is a true testament to Kristi’s tenacity, her previous career achievements, and dedication to our company.”
Sixteen finalist were selected based from nominations submitted by individuals, staff, respected community leaders and associations. Voting for the eighth annual Top Female Executive Awards concluded on February 17, where the winners were announced during an awards luncheon at the Bent Tree Country Club on March 1. Along with Suddock’s recognition, Angie Buckmeier, chief nursing officer at Medical City Children’s Hospital, was recognized as the winner of this award, while Farrah Vargas, senior vice president of Allied Affiliated Funding, was named second runner-up.
Founded in 2002, TSP is a privately held IT services company. From IT infrastructure to industrial automation and controls, TSP’s product is its people, dedicated #TSProckstars who share the goal of providing an entirely positive, above and beyond service experience. A certified minority-owned business servicing companies throughout the United States and Canada, TSP offers a wide range of customized IT solutions to fit each client’s distinctive business needs, including maintenance, managed, project and consulting services. To learn more, visit https://126.96.36.199 and subscribe to our blog.