QuEST Forum Names Four ICT Leaders As Fellows Recipients’
Four ICT industry leaders honored at QuEST Forum’s 2015 Americas Best Practices Conference for their outstanding performance and contributions to ICT quality.
DALLAS, TX (15 September 2015) — QuEST Forum, a global organization dedicated to quality and sustainability in the ICT community, is pleased to announce the recipients of its prestigious Fellows honor. This outstanding achievement recognizes members for their more than 10 years of exceptional contribution and dedication to QuEST Forum and its pursuit of ICT quality and performance excellence.
The Fellows recipients were announced at an awards ceremony during the QuEST Forum 2015 Americas Best Practices Conference in San Diego on September 15, 2015 by QuEST Forum’s CEO, Fraser Pajak and Chair, Steve Pickett.
The QuEST Forum Fellows Recipients are:
- Ed Bryan, Software Quality Engineer, ADTRAN
- Bob Clancy, Senior Vice President, BIZPHYX, Inc.
- Karen Rawson, Vice President, The DESARA Group
- Jennifer Simcox, Vice President of Business Development & Service Delivery, Axis Teknologies
“This year’s Fellows recipients truly represent the depth of experience among QuEST Forum’s membership,” says Fraser Pajak, CEO of QuEST Forum. “They inspired me and others with their commitment to the ICT industry, and their dedication to keep pushing the envelope to reach new heights in their own businesses, within the association, and in the broader world.”
For more information about QuEST Forum and the Fellows recipients, please visit www.questforum.org.
About QuEST Forum
QuEST Forum is a global organization dedicated to quality and sustainability in the ICT community. We are very unique in that we create a collaborative environment for service providers and suppliers, who are often times competitors, to come together and develop innovative solutions to relevant industry issues. QuEST Forum unifies the ICT community through the implementation of TL 9000 (an ICT specific quality management system that is built on ISO 9001), performance benchmarking, and a broad array of common metrics that support rapid industry adoption of new technologies and consistent quality of communication networks around the world.