Washington Post Names MetroStar Systems a Winner of the 2018 Top Workplaces Award MetroStar Systems, Inc. has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplaces honor by The Washington Post. The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by research partner Energage, LLC (formerly WorkplaceDynamics), a
Reston-based MetroStar Systems adds another laurel to its growing portfolio of recognition as the IT services company has been included in IDG’s Computerworld 2017 Best Places to Work in IT. “We’ve always understood that human capital is our most crucial asset,” says MetroStar CEO and Co-founder Ali Reza Manouchehri. “It’s the people in our
MetroStar Systems has been named one of the Best Workplaces in Inc. Magazine’s June 2017 issue, demonstrating the company’s relentless effort to power operational and cultural excellence. MetroStar Systems CEO and Co-founder, Ali Reza Manouchehri notes, “Any company can accomplish great things, but to create an environment that inspires the team—to make your workforce
What began in 1999 as a couple of young, innovative minds developing simple web solutions has evolved into a relentless force of passion, creativity, and technology. Our team is all grown up now, but the learning never stops. Here are the biggest lessons that our co-founders Ali Reza Manouchehri and Robert J. Santos have
The next time you’re tuning into sports, pay close attention to the circumstances surrounding the data points on the scoreboard. Watch for John Wall’s pick ‘n rolls with Gortat for two points, or Tom Brady’s play action to Gronk for six points in the red zone.
Although innovation and hard work are integral to a company’s success, culture is the glue that holds its people together. For 17 years, we’ve maintained this belief, and have groomed a resilient culture that reflects the interests, passions, and collective mission of our employees. By doing so, our company has grown from a two-man team
Embracing Change for Success The ability to embrace change differentiates the unsuccessful person from the successful person—and it does the same for companies. While we have all heard (and experienced) that change on individuals is stressful and hardly welcomed, today’s successful businesses are moving faster than ever. If a company can’t jive with the
Project managers (“PM”) spearhead big assignments that are demanded of their teams. They are flexible, quick-thinking individuals who can adapt to an assortment of challenges. By and large, their work requires them to take on dual identities that aren’t usually detailed in their job descriptions. But even though they strive to be the supermen