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At NYSTEC, we act with urgency to respond to our clients’ needs. We challenge ourselves to add value while bringing clarity to complex problems. And we believe that through teamwork, we can make our clients and peers successful—which, in turn, makes each of us successful.
Every interaction is an opportunity to deliver exceptional service that empowers client success.
NYSTEC succeeds when individuals and teams flourish personally and professionally.
We value innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity. Technological innovation is the number 1 attribute that produces a positive impact on economic regional growth. Therefore, we strive to be a catalyst for technological innovation and, correspondingly, economic growth for Upstate and Central New York.
We employ the highest ethical standards, demonstrating honesty, fairness, and personal accountability in every action we take. We hold each other responsible for working efficiently and delivering high-quality services.
We support a culture that values collaboration. We believe that thinking, planning, decision making, and results are better achieved when done in a collaborative environment, whether we are working with clients, colleagues, or community partners.
We are committed to giving back and reinvesting in our community. We believe in working toward the betterment of our society through economic participation, volunteer work, and mentoring to improve life in all our communities.
We are a company where opportunity, openness, enthusiasm, diversity, and a sense of purpose combine to provide a rewarding professional experience that promotes fairness, dignity, and respect. We strive to attract, develop, and retain the best talent in our industry.
We create extraordinary value by understanding the needs of our clients and colleagues, and responding effectively with a sense of urgency at all times. We reflect on our performance and learn from that reflection. We build relationships to create greater value for our clients, colleagues, and the communities we serve.
At NYSTEC, everyone’s voice is heard. We promote an environment of trust and mutual respect, creating a solid foundation for collaboration, growth, high performance, and success.
October 21, 2018. A few members of the NYC NYSTEC team and their families braved cooler temps and windy conditions to participate in the 10th Annual Walk to Defeat ALS Fundraiser at the Walkway Over the Hudson in Highland, NY. The charity walk attracted about 2,000 participants and started at 11 am following a brief family oriented ceremony that included dedications from local civic leaders, a performance dance, face painting, music, mascots, refreshments, and other fun & games.
ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. The Walk to Defeat ALS® is an outlet for communities across the nation to demonstrate their concern for and the urgent need to find the cure for ALS while providing the best care for those who are currently battling the disease.
As a direct result of the this year’s event and the first nine walks, critical services are now available in the Hudson Valley region to ALS patients (PALS) and their caregivers. Local services include a patient/nurse coordinator and a social worker who make home and hospital visits, coordinates with Hospice and holds monthly support meetings for PALS and their caregivers.
September 30, 2018. NYSTECers and their families participated in fun-filled events such as the three-legged race, tug of war, dizzy bat, and a water balloon toss, all to benefit Special Olympics New York.
Special Olympics is an international organization that changes lives by promoting understanding, acceptance and inclusion between people with and without intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics New York (SONY), is the largest program in the United States and nearly the largest program in the world. SONY headquarters are located in Schenectady, with offices in the Long Island, New York City, Hudson Valley, Capital, Central, Genesee and Western Regions.
NYSTEC was a listed sponsor on the website for the event and contributed over $1,600.
September 28, 2018. In what has become an annual event, several NYSTEC’ers set up shop at a Habitat for Humanity Capital District site on Delaware Street in Albany, helping clear debris, prepare walls for painting, load a truck with (lots of) excess building materials, paint trim, and prepare doors for installation.
Habitat for Humanity Capital District was founded in 1988 as an independent affiliate of Habitat International. Each Habitat affiliate coordinates all aspects of Habitat home building in its local area. Habitat for Humanity does not build homes for people, but with them as equal partners. The purpose is for Habitat homeowners to build alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.
The NYSTEC crew accomplished a great deal on this volunteer day, clearing the way and making preparations for contractors to perform the next construction steps, and bringing four Albany families that much closer to having homes of their own!
Come work for New York’s trusted independent technology advisor and live the NYSTEC Experience. The NYSTEC vision is threefold: to be the trusted advisor of choice, to be the partner of choice and to be the employer of choice.
As part of the NYSTEC team, you can strive to achieve this vision daily by acting with a sense of urgency when responding to client requests, challenging yourself to add value when bringing clarity to complex problems, and believing that through teamwork, we can make our clients and colleagues successful–which, in turn, makes NYSTEC successful.
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