We have an Askari-hosted spaghetti dinner happening this week on Thursday. It’s a fundraiser for kids who could use some help with getting into organized sports. Why? Easy: this is a passion of one of our team members, Bruce Levis. Perhaps more importantly, this is an important and valuable cause to support. And, quite simply, we feel better when we do give back to the community—it makes us feel good.
Hubert Chan is a quiet, unassuming, and genuine person. Recently, we had a chance to chat about his role at Askari. He’s been part of the Askari family for well over a year now, and as he’s pointed out in a previous post, Chan looks beyond just the functional aspect of development work. For him the User Experience and User Interface really do matter
Sometimes life does not put people into a position where they can capitalize on their talents. This doesn’t have to be the end of the story. You can make a difference, just keep reading.
As a society, we know the benefits of sports and activity for young people. While we know this and support measures to increase sport in schools, what about children who are interested in more? And what if those children are from families where ‘more’ is not in the cards? How can we make a difference?
Listen to Alicia Puritt, Marketing Lead at Askari Solutions Inc., explain the process involved in determining appropriate swag for suitability and greater brand recognition. Making use of independent research, focus groups, and style trials, Alicia outlines how she determined a roller ball ink pen should be part of the Askari corporate branding effort.
Bruce Levis, co-founder/partner of Askari Solutions Inc. outlines how each of the three partners at Askari are thought leaders in their spheres. Bruce himself is an expert in contracting and sales. Edan Puritt is a thought leader on all things records and document management and is highly respected when it comes to large, enterprise-style project management. The third partner, Gregory Natran, is a thought leader on matters related to service transformation, currently a significant trend in federal government projects.