Founded in 2003, TechTrend blazes new trails in the world of enterprise information technology services and solutions. We’re proud to be a minority-owned, small business appraised at CMMI Level 3, serving government and commercial customers. We’re ISO 27001:2013 , 20000-1:2018 , and 9001:2015 certified . Put simply, TechTrend is a trusted advisor to agencies and organizations that need an agile, future-focused approach to enterprise IT.
A proud history of innovation. Leading the way into the future.
We develop strong public and private sector partnerships and relationships with customers and stakeholders across the federal marketplace. We serve agencies and departments large and small with a relentless focus on exceptional customer service.
As a pioneer in the creation of a shared services culture, we know that the whole is more than the sum of its parts. We understand trends in mobility, social media, and collaboration; the cyber realm and its associated threats and benefits; and the innovative service models of cloud computing. Working with us, organizations can create positive change that has a measurable impact on mission outcomes. TechTrend helps our customers achieve success today and address future needs through advisory services in cloud computing, IT engineering, cybersecurity, and mobile enablement, as well as innovation in designing, developing, and implementing solutions. And as an end-to-end partner, we provide reliable and rapid access to commercial technologies through our preferred contract vehicles and business partners. Our promise to you is simple. We will partner with you to deliver enterprise IT innovation, respond to evolving realities, and achieve mission success.
Vision & Mission
TechTrend helps our customers achieve success today and address future needs through advisory services in cloud computing, IT engineering, cybersecurity, and mobile enablement, as well as innovation in designing, developing, and implementing solutions.
Operating as the CEO, Mohammad Amir founded TechTrend in 2003 and has since been an instrumental figure in the company’s growth. With his extensive background in software and hardware integration, Mohammad led technical teams in analyzing, designing, and implementing interactive on-line applications to facilitate various operating systems.
Sonoka Ho has been with TechTrend since 2010 as a Solutions Architect. He supports all elements of the IT acquisition activities for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Cloud Computing Services. Prior to being a Solutions Architect, Sonoka managed several large programs that were acquiring enterprise-wide information technology solutions for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).
Sharif Ahmed joined TechTrend in 2013 as a Solutions Architect. Sharif is experienced in the design and troubleshooting of various computer and network-based systems. He is a solution-oriented IT consultant with a solid track record of delivering enhanced productivity, reliable computing infrastructure and improved financial performance for TechTrend and its clients.
Eric Carlson joined TechTrend in 2013 as the Director of PMO and Engineering. Eric supports the business development life-cycle and the Technology Solutions division in building out the company’s DevOps capability. Eric has a B.S. in Business Administration from James Madison University and a Masters in System Engineering from George Washington University.
Jose Maldonado joined TechTrend in 2013 as a Human Resource Operations Manager. He provides HR expertise to TechTrend in support of various government contracts, including several U.S. Department of Agriculture – Forest Service programs. Prior to joining TechTrend, Jose was a Resource Manager at Computer Sciences Corporation’s Intelligence Group (CSC).
Shadat Mahmud joined TechTrend as a Principal Architect in 2012. Shadat is responsible for ensuring success in services and solutions. With over 20+ years of professional IT experience, Shadat has been instrumental in helping Federal Government Agencies adopt SOA governance, integration, data sharing, cloud migration, and achieving OMB mandated goals and digital initiatives.