Testimonials

A few testimonials from people I’ve worked with, and a customer:

“Taught me everything I know about printers.”
— Co-worker

“Always there when I have a question.”
— Co-worker

“One of the top three technicians in the country.”
— Senior Program Manager – in a company with 2000+ technicians

“The go to person.”
— Supervisor

“The most difficult person to replace.”
— IT Manager

“He was polite, efficient, professional, cordial, and is a credit to [your organization].”
— Customer via customer feedback

“He drives a hard bargain and that is good to challenge our developers and stakeholders.”
— Co-worker

“…his desire for the perfect tool, process, and product are a compliment to his work ethic and focus on the customer and end user.”
— Co-worker

“Connor stepped right into assisting reviewing and then taking the lead on reviewing a new product without complaint”
— Co-worker

“Can’t complain on the effort Connor has shown on trying to improve 3DGJ and create a process. So far it is successful with a delivery date nearing. It couldn’t have happened without him.”
— Co-worker

“I have a great relationship with Connor.  We trust each other and work well together.  I think I can say the same for most team members of Connor.  There is never a conflict when working with him.”
— Co-worker

“Connor took on the role of shepherding the G3DLM product through process and tool launch in addition to using ad hoc processes to create a Beta product to showcase to customers. At some point it became clear to all stakeholders that the only way to move forward with this product (e.g. scale to Production) would be a complete rebuild of PolyGlobe. Connor was instrumental in demonstrating PG’s limitations, chronic performance problems and lack of needed functionality. Due to a lack of customer feedback and the level of work required for the Dev team to rebuild PG, it was deprioritized at the Global PM level and is currently on hold.”
— Manager

“Connor consistently utilizes the existing network of stakeholders within the global Visuals group, particularly within AEL and the Visuals Dev team. In addition, Connor sought additional support from AEL PE to create a randomizing tool which was ultimately used as the prototype for the final QA tool.”
— Manager

“This year Connor stepped into the Visuals products having no experience with the Visuals products. He had a crash course in 3DLM to enable him to work on the G3DLM product. Eventually, when he took on the 3DGJ product he did the same thing with junction views. He quickly mastered what he needed to know and then moved forward with developing the new product processes and defining tool requirements.”
— Manager

“I gave Connor permission to challenge the status quo which he did with gusto. I believe his tenacity in this effort will help us ultimately to launch to Production a more robust process and toolset for the 3DGJ product.”
— Manager