Command Alkon’s Rising Star of Technology and Innovation

August 29, 2017 Command Alkon

Command Alkoner, Mason Saucier, Inaugural Winner of Birmingham Business Journal's 'Rising Star of Technology and Innovation' Award

Command Alkon is pleased to announce that our own Programmer Analyst, Mason Saucier, was named the first-ever recipient of The Birmingham Business Journal’s “Rising Star of Technology and Innovation” award.  This award recognizes key individuals who work in the technology or innovations fields.

Mason Saucier’s Team Celebrates His Recognition!

From l to r: Charles Evans, CTO and VP of Engineering; Venu Chakilam, Director of Development; Mason Saucier, Programmer Analyst; Eric Godsey, Software Development Manager.

Command Alkon’s CTO and VP of Engineering, Charles Evans, says, “With great collective pride, I’m delighted to see Mason Saucier named a ‘Rising Star of Technology and Innovation’. He was honored for his meaningful contributions to Command Alkon, his skills in evolving our technology solutions, and for his potential to become a leader in his field. This one is particularly special because it’s the inaugural year for this award, making Mason a first-class winner for our company.”

Mason, who has been with Command Alkon for two years, received his B.S. and Master’s Degree from the University of Alabama in Computer Science.  “What I enjoy most about working at Command Alkon is the fact that the product on which I work provides me immediate feedback from customers, and this has allowed me to improve our methods for developing and testing our software”, Mason said.

Recognizing individual and collective performance is important to Command Alkon and its over 600 global employees. Together, we help our customers in the heavy building materials industry, build communities around a shared purpose.  Command Alkon’s investment in creating great communities – through people and technology for better building – is a longstanding and top priority among its employees.

Mason’s article will be online and at newsstands in late August. You can find a digital copy of the Birmingham Business Journal at .  Congratulations Mason!

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