How one high-tech firm listens to its high-tech clients

Read how NOW Solutions and its customers have benefited from thirteen years of feedback from Teledyne Brown Engineering, a major contributor to America's most significant space, defense, environmental and homeland security programs. As one of our consultants puts it, "They're not afraid to push the system."
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