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Congratulations to our MVPs:

Vishal Suresh Kumar, Marshall Winslow, and Tejinder Brar

September 13, 2019
Each quarter at EPSi, we recognize a Most Valuable Player. MVPs are EPSi team members who go above and beyond delivering great work and embodying our guiding principles for 2019: Speed, Clarity, Focus, and Commitment.
Our MVPs so far for 2019 are Vishal Suresh Kumar, a Manager from the Consulting team, Marshall Winslow, a Platinum Technical Support Consultant from the Technical Operations team, and Tejinder Brar, a Senior Architect from Development team for our MVPs.
Vishal is a rapidly rising leader in the consulting practice who has outperformed at several key engagements and in leading major internal initiatives. Clients consistently remark how transformational he is to their organizations. His peers consistently highlight his ability to assist them while also helping them raise the bar. And most importantly, he is a mentor and advisor to EPSi consulting community.
Marshall consistently performs at a high level and has a great working relationship with his clients and peers, who constantly praise him for his willingness to always help others with research, troubleshoot issues, or answer questions. Marshall also has a huge presence within the office, officially coordinating a weekly lunch hour for building team camaraderie.
Tejinder has taken on the extra workload to create the automated deployment scripts for the RealCost production environment including changes to support separate Rolling Forecast EA deployments. He is always willing to help anyone who needs it, not only his fellow development team members, but also helps the support and services teams with access issues and questions on the RealCost environments.
Both team members exude some of the core values of the EPSi company and we’re thankful to have them on our team. Congratulations to Vishal, Marshall, and Tejinder.
(please crop the photo so they are centered but get rid of the light glare and the extra elbow room.)