Specializing in graphic design & front-end development more
DTS Team Additions.
The Road to Manchester…
After graduating high school in Georgia, Steve headed west to study software development at Neumont University and the University of Utah. Application development took Steve back across the country to Georgia. His next stop brought him to the Manchester, New Hampshire area, where he focused on web, application and database development. Drive and a passion for self-education are just a few of the qualities that made Steve stand out to DTS.
Off the Clock…
While his day job is software development, Steve enjoys spending his free time online gaming- in fact, he often ends up writing, testing and developing games as well. An avid reader and science buff, Steve has also become somewhat of a beer connoisseur. He spends many weekends exploring the sights and flavors of New England, with his canine companion by his side.
Welcome to the Team, Steve!
Data Transfer Solutions (DTS), Makers of VUEWorks is the leader in performance-based asset management. DTS provides mobile asset collection, work and asset management and custom geographic information system solutions.
To welcome Steve to the team or get in touch with DTS, just drop us a line as we look forward to hearing from you. Get in touch with the DTS team!
Thanks to all who helped make this event fun and special!
At DTS, we LOVE our kids!
On Thursday, April 27, DTS opened its doors to some pint-sized clients for the day. Parents were invited to bring their kids for a busy day of activities to celebrate National Take Your Child to Work Day. Here are a few highlights from our fun-filled adventures!
Donuts with Mr. Ibaugh
Parents started the day sharing breakfast with their kids and a pep talk from CEO, Allen Ibaugh. We sugared the little ones up while the grown-ups prepped for a conference call.
Drone demos with Raf!
DTS is more than just pavement analysis and software development. Kids had the chance to fly the newest data collection tool, with a little supervision from Mr. Raf, of course.
Busy Little Workers
Little hands were kept busy with crafty transportation-themed projects. Snacks and outdoor activities also kept to the “on-the-move” theme. While things got a little messy at times, everyone enjoyed the creative process!