Javier Gomez established Dynamic Quest in 2000 with a vision to provide enterprise-quality technology solutions to small and medium-sized businesses. Javier recognizes that the world of technology is evolving at an incredible rate.
Things considered impossible just three years ago are now considered common and more importantly…expected. Organizations have to be aware of the rapidly changing world of technology and learn to align and embrace this change in order to maintain a competitive edge in today’s market.
This is one of the main reasons Javier started Dynamic Quest. He knew that finding a technology partner that provided commodity services like break-fix support was not enough. Organizations needed to align themselves with a technology partner like Dynamic Quest, which can take care of all of the traditional break-fix aspects of a business by exceeding expectations and providing technical resources to support the day to day business needs…
But where Javier applied his focus was beyond just the standard break-fix. Where he focused Dynamic Quest, was more on the strategic needs of his client’s business requirements, while still providing the highly engaged day to day technical support services.
Javier takes credit for building a fantastic team of individuals at Dynamic Quest. This team is what has made it possible for Dynamic Quest to partner with hundreds of clients to support their business technology needs in multiple industries across multiple states and countries with services like: Managed IT Support, Managed Cloud Hosting, Managed Backup and Disaster Recovery, Managed Phone Systems, Software Development, Managed Security Services, Application Analysis, and Project based Professional Services.
Javier and Dynamic Quest have been repeatedly recognized for their ongoing success: Some of these awards included the Small Business Person of the Year (2007, Greensboro Chamber of Commerce), as well as leading the company in receiving the Triad Business Journal‘s Fast 50 Companies award for more than 6 years. Most recently, Dynamic Quest was named one of CIO Review’s 20 Most Promising IT Services Companies in the United States.
Willie Lash came to Dynamic Quest in June 2012 and brought with him the perfect balance of knowledge in both business and technology. With a B.S. in Accounting from North Carolina A&T, Willie understands how to ensure an effective and productive workforce—a skill set that perfectly complements Javier’s enthusiasm and Jen’s prowess in technology.
Willie met Javier 26 years ago by coincidence. Javier, an engineer at the time, installed the first firewall at Willie’s workplace, providing their first connection to the internet. Willie likes to joke that Javier worked for him long before he joined Dynamic Quest as an employee.
With over 30 years in the tech industry, Willie has worked in roles from sales to service. This makes him uniquely qualified for the position of COO. He ensures high quality service to clients, company profitability, and effectiveness of Dynamic Quest’s workforce. Willie’s background and experience bring the ideal balance to our leadership trio.
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“We believe our success is due to the strength of our team, the breadth of our services, our flexibility in responding to clients, and our focus on strategic support.”
Javier Gomez, CEO
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