TDK Technologies and its employees have selected several non-profit entities to support for the company’s 2017 philanthropic initiatives in the St. Louis area. The Chesterfield-based technology consulting and IT staffing firm has made charitable endeavors a core focus since the company was founded in 2001.
Information Technology consulting firm TDK Technologies is celebrating 16 years serving the software technology and management services needs of St. Louis area customers. The company opened for business April 4, 2001, taking its name from the first initials of founders Terry Tucker, David Kocs and Kristin Tucker. The company is one of the largest IT consulting firms in the area, ranking number 15 in the St. Louis Business Journal’s 2017 list based on number of full-time equivalent consultants/designers on staff.
The forecast for predictive analytics -- the practice of applying statistical models to a wide variety of data to identify trends and opportunities -- is good thanks to open source technology, accessible data and inquisitive staff members. That is some insight shared by predictive analytics executives of three St. Louis organizations at a TDK Technologies Data Solutions roundtable.
Kristin Tucker, Managing Principal at TDK Technologies LLC, discussed the latest technology trends, cybersecurity and other critical Information Technology issues with three other regional IT executives for a St. Louis Business Journal ‘Table of Experts’ article which was published in the paper’s May 26, 2016 edition.
Kevin Rhoades, the Director of Project Solutions at TDK Technologies, was among those nominated for the 2016 Gateway to Innovation ‘Technology Leader of the Year Award’, which recognizes an individual who has achieved notable success in leading change, increasing productivity, and effectively managing and executing business and Information Technology strategies through the progressive use of IT.
As Information Technology executives from a wide array of St. Louis area industries develop new mobile-enabled web sites and apps to satisfy ever increasing customer expectations, they are encountering challenges in finding the personnel to create all that mobile software. Those are some insights from a recent round table discussion at TDK Technologies, one of the leading IT consulting firms in the St. Louis region.
TDK Technologies, the St. Louis Information Technology consulting firm that has received national and regional recognition for growth and innovation, marks 15 years serving the technology and management services needs of St. Louis area customers. TDK opened for business April 4, 2001 and was recently named by the St. Louis Business Journal as one of the largest IT consulting firms in region for the fifth consecutive year. The company name is taken from the first initials of founders Terry Tucker, David Kocs and Kristin Tucker.
Information Technology leaders who clearly show the business value that Big Data and Predictive Analytics can deliver will find no shortage of projects for improving their companies. That was just one observation shared at a recent round table discussion at TDK Technologies, one of the leading IT consulting firms in the St. Louis region.
TDK Technologies, LLC is listed among the top Information Technology consulting firms in the St. Louis region in new rankings compiled by the St. Louis Business Journal. Based on the number of full time equivalent consultants or designers on staff, the newspaper reported in its January 15, 2016 edition that TDK is number 19 in a ranking of the largest 25 firms.
Jason Hall, Vice President of Entrepreneurship & Innovation for the St. Louis Regional Chamber, recognizes TDK Technologies for meeting the needs of the IT workforce in the region and representing the finest in corporate citizenship.