UDT’ CEO Henry Fleches Places on the HITEC 100 List


DORAL, Fla.  –  October 1, 2018 – UDT, a technology solutions company that evaluates, architects, secures and manages information technology, today announced that UDT CEO, Henry Fleches, placed on the 2018 HITEC Top 100 list.

This list was compiled by nominations and selected by a HITEC judging committee to select the top 100 Technology Executive of Hispanic decent operating from the U.S.  HITEC is the premier global executive leadership organization for senior business and IT executives who have built exceptional careers in IT.  HITEC is focused on building stronger technology and executive leaders, leadership teams, corporations and role models in a rapidly changing world.     

 “I am humbled and honored to be ranked for the second consecutive year on the 2018 HI TECH 100 List,” said UDT CEO Henry Fleches.  “UDT is proud of our Hispanic heritage, we believe it takes a village to be successful and our talented and hardworking village is made up of many different nationalities, religions and races.  Our employees come together to create a positive impact with our customers and our communities.”

Learn more about UDT here. To view UDT’s other awards and recognitions, please visit here.

About UDT

UDT is a technology enabler that helps clients in major industries evaluate, architect, secure, and manage technology on the go, in the rack and in the cloud. UDT provides customized services, including mobility, cloud, collaboration, loT, data, security, and ITaas solutions and technical, professional and managed services.

Accomplish more with UDT: www.udtonline.com


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