Awards And Certifications From March 4
New World Systems’ Software Architect honored by INETA: New World Systems announced Monday that Kent Fehribach, software architect for the Troy-based software company, has received the International .Net Association (INETA) 2012 Q4 Community Champions Award. Fehribach was recognized for his contributions to the southeast Michigan software development community. Committed to facilitating the growth of the Microsoft .Net community, INETA provides educational and promotional support to .Net user groups worldwide. As the former President and a four-year board member of the Great Lakes .Net User Group, Fehribach expanded the reach of the group by encouraging out-of-town speakers to deliver presentations locally. At New World, Mr. Fehribach helps to develop the company’s innovative public sector software, built on the Microsoft .Net platform. With more than 400 employees, New World’s public safety and public administration software is used by more than 1,000 cities and counties across the country. More at www.newworldsystems.com.
Two Named to Verizon Wireless’ President’s Cabinet: Verizon Wireless has named Stephen Sielski and Kris Nannoshi to the company’s President’s Cabinet. The honor is reserved for those ranking in the top 1 percent nationally in sales during 2012, placing them as top performers from among the company’s more than 25,000 sales people nationwide. Kris Nannoshi is a business account executive in Southfield. He lives in Commerce. Stephen Sielski is a retail sales representative in Flint. He lives in Durand. They earned the distinction by demonstrating exceptional sales leadership and delivering an outstanding customer experience.