Bold and fearless awards
This award is inspired by the Fearless Girl statue on Wall Street and given to the person who makes a bold and fearless action for the good of the customer!
“Fearless Girl” is a bronze statue created by artist Kristen Visbal. It was originally commissioned by the financial services company State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) and unveiled on March 7, 2017, in Lower Manhattan, New York City, on the eve of International Women’s Day.
“Fearless Girl” quickly gained international attention and became a symbol of female empowerment and gender diversity in the workplace. The statue also inspired dialogue about the need for greater female representation on corporate boards and in executive positions.
Jason had no time to spare to build an integration. Jason took this challenge head on by working the evenings and weekend coding the first portion of the integration dance.
Sam went the extra mile to rekindle the a major relationship that could lead to a large OEM deal – bold move to move this forward with a potential great partner.
Jake uncovered erroneous invite emails being sent to new users causing numerous sign up problems. He was bold and asked to make a fix fast to not frustrate anymore new users – Greg’s team fixed it within 24 hours.
Kavita was fearless in closing out a relationship with our accounting vendor and calling them out for lack of support and charging us for sandbagging hours.
Shelly was bold and made a hard call on moving to a different scanning vendor mid-job to make the customer happy!
JSSI Traxxall now integrates with Bluetail