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    “Since meeting Sherri in June 2005, Sherri has impressed me a business owner committed to providing highest quality of service in a professional manner that meet the expectations and needs of her clients. Also, Sherri, conducts herself and her business with integrity and fair dealing. When people let me know that they are searching for the professional service and products the Sherri can provide, I always recommend her firm giving the highest recommendation. You can count on Sherri and her company, Technacon.”
    Torrie Mark Newsome
    Founder of The Law Office of Torrie Mark Newsome
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    “I've had the privilege to know Sherri for several years now. She has a genuine interest and desire to help others, both in business and personally. She is an outstanding business professional, her knowledge of business process and expertise in the ISO program is invaluable to clients. Sherri's integrity, honor and commitment both personally and professionally is extraordinary, she is the standard to which we should all aspire to attain. I recommend her to anyone seeking to have a person of this caliber on their team.”
    Robert Lambert
    Founding Partner, Samurai Business Group LLC®
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    "I had the great opportunity to work with Sherri for a number of years with R.G.Ray Corporation. I found Sherri to be an intelligent, team oriented and energetic co-worker. She has excellent communication and motivational abilities. I would thoroughly enjoy the opportunity to work with her in the future."
    Ray Carrion
    Quality Assurance Manager, Rexam
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    “Sherri is conscientious and a highly skilled businesswoman. She approaches her work with enthusiasm and is a pleasure to work with.”
    Triona Guidry
    President, Guidry Consulting, Inc.

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    General Motors (GM) will eliminate at least 1,000 jobs in a U.S. production factory to adapt to the slowdown in demand for some types of urban cars in the United States, the company said Friday. The cuts will be carried out at the plant in Lordstown, Ohio, where GM produces the Chevrolet Cruze, whose sales […]
  • Southwest Airlines Opposed a Recommended Safety Check on Its Jet Engines
    By Alice Truong Southwest Airlines on April 17 experienced the first accident-related fatality on a U.S. passenger airline since 2009 after an engine failure. Now the Associated Press and Reuters report that Southwest had previously opposed a recommendation by its engine manufacturer to inspect fan blades within 12 months, arguing that it needed more time […]
  • FAA Orders Inspections for Boeing 737 Engines After Southwest Flight
    By Ed Adamczyk The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on April 18 ordered enhanced inspections of certain Boeing 737 engines, in response to one that exploded on a Southwest Airlines flight this week—killing a woman. The FAA said it will issue a safety directive for ultrasound inspections of CFM56 engine fan blades that have accumulated a […]
  • Top 15 Machine Learning Companies
    By Andy Patrizio Machine learning (ML) is a sector that is both growing exponentially right along with ML’s twin, artificial intelligence (AI). IDC predicts that AI and ML spending will explode in the coming years, from $8 billion in 2016 to $47 billion by 2020. While the two terms are used interchangeably, and often together, […]
  • Tesla Could Learn From Uber’s Crisis Management
    By Eric Newcomer What if Uber acted more like Tesla? Executives at Uber Technologies have long been jealous of Elon Musk’s resilient public image. Compare Uber’s careful response to its self-driving car fatality with Tesla’s flurry of defensive statements. Both companies have received intense media and regulatory scrutiny, but Tesla seems to think it’s impervious—an […]