Promega will soon introduce the Spectrum CE System for forensic and paternity analysis. Building this system requires the efforts of many people from many disciplines—from our customers who have told us their needs to the engineers and scientists building the instrument and ensuring its performance. Periodically we will introduce our Promega Connections readers to a team member so that you can have a sneak peak and behind-the-scenes look at Spectrum CE System and the people who are creating it (of course if you truly want to be the first to know, sign up at www.promega.com/spectrum to receive regular, exclusive updates about Spectrum CE).
Today we introduce Tony Gonzalez, Global Service Specialist.
Tell us a little bit about what your role is on the Spectrum project.
My primary role is to ensure that our customers are happy with their service. It is my job to translate engineering and manufacturing information into service manuals, service bulletins, and to build the service training programs.
What are you most excited about working on for Spectrum?
Promega is bringing innovation to Genetic Identity Instrumentation. With that being said I am excited about everything Spectrum!
What motivates you to succeed?
Success is a journey, not a destination. ―B. Sweetland It is my unrelenting curiosity and my overwhelming need to know rather than to merely believe that motivates me to succeed.
Can you play any instruments?
I wish I could.
When you have an hour of free time, what do you like to do?
Run! When my wife told me that we were expecting our first child in 2007, I knew I needed to make a life change. Running has improved my health and helped with controlling my asthma. I am an ultra runner at heart, so an hour would only be a warm-up!
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