Tell us a little about yourself: I am married to my lovely wife Amanda (who I met at UBT), and we have three dogs, and a baby girl due in September. I love the water, and enjoy living near the Chesapeake Bay. In my spare time I like to mountain bike, skateboard, and play racquetball.
Tell us a little about yourself: Outside of work I take two to three classes per semester, working towards a degree in Business Administration. Aside from work and school, I enjoy reading and recently became obsessed with Scott Pratt’s legal thrillers, The Joe Dillard Series.
United Business Technologies (UBT) has partnered with Blessings in a Backpack to fill 50 backpacks full of food each week for the next three years. The backpacks will provide weekend meals to students who qualify for the federally-funded National School Lunch Program at South Lake Elementary School in Gaithersburg, MD. Through this program, UBT will contribute $50 for every copier sold from December 1st, 2016 to November 30th, 2019.
Blessings in a Backpack is a nonprofit that works with volunteers across the country to collect and package backpacks full of food, distributing them each Friday to students who qualify.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 05/25/2016 - 14:16
A successful company is built on good decisions. A lot of those decisions have to do with paper and ink--and one of the biggest decisions that any company has to make is how to organize its fleet of printers and copiers. Although the focus is mostly on printers, copiers deserve attention too; after all, in order for a copier to be beneficial to workflow, we first must decide between color copies or black and white copies.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 05/12/2016 - 12:20
Every company has thousands of moving parts. The success of the company is wholly reliant on how these moving parts work together and complement one another--so it's important to keep the "machine" well-oiled. For example, employees have to be cooperating, communicating, and collaborating both efficiently and reliably. Information has to flow smoothly from Point A to Point B, and sometimes even from Point A to Point Z. Clients have to be respected and appreciated, not simply tolerated.