“Technology and its many and ever-changing options seem hard to access, and we make it easy, possible, and doable to solve business problems. We smooth the path.
“Matching up what people need to have accomplished to the available technology choices with a variety of alternatives, and making it work well, on time, and on budget is what we do,” Tinsman said.
TSTS is not a start-up anymore. It is a company that has grown from one person to 4 people to just under 50 employees serving around 350 area business and nonprofit organizations.
They were honored as the QC Chamber of Commerce 2020 Business of the Year and in 2018 the Technology Association of Iowa gave its Catalyst Award to Beth, as an Iowa Top Ten Technology Leader.
“We have the knowledge, customer service, and experience to serve our clients,“ said Tinsman.
“We have a lot of experienced and talented people who are very responsive to handling clients’ needs quickly,” she added.
“90% of our employees have degrees in their field – computer science, visual arts, or programming. They are also special because our employees are good communicators with people outside of computer science and can translate the bridge of technology to fulfill the client’s needs,” Tinsman said.