Randy Parsons, Project Manager
I believe the biggest contribution I bring to QAT is my flexibility- being I have been here for so long, I have the ability to fill in wherever is needed. Because of this, I have taken on duties such as payroll, invoicing, and accounting. Following these tasks, I have acquired the title of not only Project Manager, but Office Manager as well.
I have been working in Information Technology since 1988, and have been a part of the QAT Global Team for going on 20 years. The thing I love most about my profession is learning the new processes and the new technologies that are constantly changing. I love the new challenges, flexibility, and the variety of work that my position entails.
What do you like about information technology?
Information Technology is a great field to work in. The tools available to solve business needs and problems are evolving every day so the work is always new and challenging. I especially like working in the area of Business Process Management (BPM). Complex business problems can often be resolved through the implementation of a BPM product that allows the development of custom Workflows and orchestration of existing customer applications and services with minimal programming. The ability to rapidly respond to dynamically changing business requirements is essential for today’s IT world.
What’s something about you that not many people know?
I have been heavily involved in Boy Scouts with my son for the past 10 years and continue to pursue that.
What are you passionate about personally? What do you really enjoy?
I enjoy spending time with my family and my kids. I also enjoy building home PCs, and photography.
What would be impossible for you to give up?
I love the flexibility that I have with work, allowing me to be able to spend time with the family.
Where can we find you when you’re not working? What’s your favorite way to spend a weekend or a Sunday afternoon?
I’ll probably be relaxing, spending time with family, watching movies, and possibly going target shooting.