Dean’s Consulting Services is a family owned business, owned and operated since 2004 by the owner, Dean K. Anderson.
An independent solution provider who enjoy helping people, Dean Anderson has been using his gifts and talents to offer information Technology and Math Tutoring services to clients since 1982. Dean is a respected Customer Service IT Professional, experienced using high energy and social skills to partner with customers to help them resolve technical issues with focus on striving to exceed objectives to help drive greater customer satisfaction.
These services provided on a part time basis, has been Dean’s prized pastime for many years – allowing him to be creative in providing solutions to meet his clients’ needs and to make a real difference in the lives of others. Feel free to peruse Dean’s cover letter and/or resume for more details about his professional qualifications and interests.
Dean is passionate about technology, committed to helping others, and loves troubleshooting. He’s a team player who enjoys collaborating with clients with a positive attitude, welcoming the opportunity to thrive in sharing his skills and expertise in any environment.
What makes Dean’s Consulting Services different? In a sentence or two, it’s about how we better serve clients regardless of cultural, linguistic or other differences in ways that are practical and that comes down to how we engage with clients, build relationships and deliver affordable solutions with a spirit of excellence – all done in love.
If you are looking for a reliable, self-motivating individual, who enjoys using innovation & technology to solve problems and who likes to put his best attributes toward helping clients achieve their business goals – look no further!
Dean’s Consulting Services appreciates having opportunities to provide IT solutions to clients locally, and abroad, and we look forward to the new opportunities that lies ahead.
Black to Business is the official periodical of the Black Business Initiative and is published quarterly – spring, summer, fall, and winter. Its goal is to support the BBI as it fosters a dynamic and vibrant Black presence within
the Nova Scotia Business Community.
Dean Anderson talks IT Services was featured in the BBI 2006 Fall Issue: Coach Carter – Average is not enough. Click on the magazine cover to read the full article.