Get to know the team behind UDT

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The UDT team (UDT) spans across many offices, including Houston, Miami, and Nashville. Our employees are a crucial part of the company success, and the company culture has had a large part in the continued success of UDT.

Since the inception of UDT, founders Henry Fleches and Gerard Amaro have instilled key values into the work culture, captured in one word: STRIVE.

    Don’t put things off: deliver faster-than-expected, seize opportunities, be proactive. Do it now!
    Honor commitments, act ethically, inspire trust, be transparent. Let your word be your pledge.
    Together we’re swifter, smarter, stronger. Share your passion. Complement each other.
    Be flexible, sensitive to evolving market needs. Keep growing, keep stretching. Break the mold.
    Live by the 100/100 Rule: strive to be 100% accountable, 100% of the time. Don’t pass the buck.
    Always do your best: be your best person, best professional, best in all. Reach for new heights.

Our employees encapsulate our STRIVE culture. Our team represents a rich variety of backgrounds and skills, but this only represents one facet of these dynamic people. These employees have not only been a key asset to the team, but have also gone above and beyond for the clients. Get to know the latest team members featured on our people page, from our Director of Security Operations Center to our Managing Director of Cloud.

The team originally started with the founders working out of a garage in 1995, and it wasn’t until 1997 that they hired their first employee. Twenty years later, the company has hundreds of employees across the Southeastern US.

Interested in joining the team? Check out our careers page for open positions.

Focus time, money, and effort on what really matters

Let’s build success together. 

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