Anthony Aquino Appointed President of TechFlow Mission Support
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Anthony Aquino Appointed President
of TechFlow Mission Support
─Aquino brings extensive operations and logistics experience built on a foundation of military training to this key position ─
San Diego, CA ─ July 2, 2018 ─ TechFlow Incorporated, a highly innovative services and solutions company, today announced that Anthony Aquino has been appointed President of TechFlow Mission Support (EMI Services). Over the last 29 years, EMI has been an industry leader providing world-class DOD base operation support services (BOSS), facilities maintenance, logistics, and IT support.
Mr. Aquino started his career in the U.S. Army serving as an Infantry Platoon Leader stationed in Vicenza, Italy. He was activated in 2001 as an Army Reservist and served as the Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) Secretary of the General Staff (SGS) and SDDC’s Liaison Officer to CENTCOM in 2003 where he was deployed to Southwest Asia for the initial phase of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since 2015, he has served as a Colonel and the Deputy Brigade Commander for the 599th Transportation Brigade in the U.S. Army Reserve.
While continuing to serve in the Army Reserves, Mr. Aquino took a job at Citibank N.A. in 1998 where he was recognized with the Chairman’s Leadership Award for his outstanding ability to grow revenues and margins. In 2006, Spectra Products, a marketing agency, recruited Mr. Aquino from Citibank, where as President and CEO, he engineered a successful turnaround through a combination of reformulating strategy and process improvement. In 2013, Mr. Aquino went to Leidos as a logistics subject matter expert and Division Director of Strategy overseeing the business development direction of 400+ employees and managing various capture efforts across business lines.
As President of TechFlow Mission Support, Mr. Aquino will be responsible for ensuring that the team consistently delivers seamless mission support and exceptional customer service. He will apply his proven ability to think outside the box to leverage technology and improve processes to positively impact the value TechFlow solutions provide its customers.
“Tony understands the unique challenges facing today’s military,” said Mark Carter, TechFlow Chief Operating Officer. “He will be able to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of both our own operations and those of our military customers. He has demonstrated he can employ innovative approaches, streamline operations, and grow businesses in every position he has ever held in and out of the military. We are super excited to have him join our team.”
Founded in 1995 at the start of the dot-com revolution, TechFlow helped large commercial firms such as Dreamworks, Toshiba, MGM, and others modernize their business systems using what has become known as Agile At Scale development. Today, with deep operational roots in the bi-coastal innovation hubs of California and Washington DC, TechFlow continues as a leader in applying innovative engineering, technology, and integration solutions to the Government’s most demanding mission and business challenges, delivering impactful ingenuity on a government scale. www.techflow.com