Twayne Howard, MSA, joins Fusion IT/Millennia Technology Advisors as Chief Financial Officer

Grand Rapids, MI, (March 30, 2023) – Leading MSSP, Cybersecurity and UcaaS technology companies Fusion IT and Millennia Technologies are pleased to announce the appointment of Twayne Howard, MSA, to the position of Chief Financial Officer and the appointment to its Leadership Team where (EOS) the Entrepreneurial Operating System disciplines are employed and practiced.
Fusion IT and Millennia Technologies client centric service platforms disrupt the conventional distributive model of years past by transforming its clients encrypted digital footprint and educating the employees to further insulate them from the evil perpetrated by bad threat actors who pose one of the greatest risks to the client’s asset portfolio. To continue to support the strong momentum it is seeing across key markets, Fusion IT is investing in and strengthening its senior leadership team as the demand for these strategic partnerships continue to grow at a 25-60% pace.

“Grateful to God for His providence, I am humbled and honored to welcome Twayne Howard to our companies and Leadership team. We believe his years of financial and operational prowess gained in the public sector will contribute to our profitable growth and scalability as we are called to serve and protect our clients and national security interests,”
said CEO Michael Waldschlager.

Twayne Howard joins Fusion IT from The Right Place, Inc. in Grand Rapids, MI where he most recently served as Chief Operating Officer. In 27 years with The Right Place, Twayne led finance, accounting, human resources, information technology, …

Should You Strive to be an All-Star on Your Team?

On the surface, I would answer the question, for sure. But when you really get into it, I think the answers vary. I would suggest we examine the old phrase, “Walk a Mile in My Shoes”, made mainstream in 1970 when Joe Smith and the Believers made it a chart topper. My point of view comes from a seasoned sales representative’s perspective, which is an in evidently a competitive position.

Does your position in the company change the answer to the question? Normally, I would still tend to think everyone on the team should strive to be not only an all-star, but a rock-star. However, when harkening back to my high school days on the diamond, I remember at least a few of my teammates being happy just making the team. These guys were never the ones scoring the winning run or throwing out the guy attempting to tie the game. However, they were important members of the team for several other reasons. They often were the ones you could hear cheering the loudest when our cleanup guy knocked the cover off the ball. Or they would be the first to help warm up the pitchers in the bullpen on the coldest days in early spring. They never complained about not getting equal playing time, and, in fact, helped keep moral great. While not being the traditional definition of an all-stars that does not mean these guys were not all-stars, for …