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Alfredo Ramos

Alfredo Ramos

Business Futurist.

Mr. Ramos is responsible for day to day operations from customer service to developing and executing growth strategies to take the Ramos Law Group to the next level.  Mr. Ramos has 20 years of experience managing teams and projects accelerating sustainable growth while delivering exceptional service and results.  Previously, Mr. Ramos served as the Quality Assurance Manager for Idera’s newly launched SharePoint Business Unit and lead the SQL Server Quality Assurance team for the top revenue-generating product. He joined Idera in its early days through its acquisition of the SQL Server Product Line from NetIQ where he lead the Technical Support team for all SQL Server products and the Operation Manager product which was subsequently sold to Microsoft and is now known as System Center Operations Manager (SCOM).  He also served in US Navy as the Medical Department Head with the primary mission of mobilization readiness of reserve personnel for multiple branches of service.

In his new role as a Business Futurist, his focus has moved from operating the business to systematically researching and predicting where the market is moving in an effort to grow the firm and exceed client expectations.

To deliver the results, and achieve the client satisfaction we desire, it is no longer acceptable only to provide outstanding results, we must focus on assisting clients with every aspect of the legal and personal transition process giving them an opportunity to find peace and happiness. – Alfredo

Education:

  • University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Robert C. Vackar College of Business & Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, General Management
  • Park University, Bachelors Of Science, Management/Computer Information Systems
  • Florida State College at Jacksonville (Formerly – Florida Community College at Jacksonville), Associates Of Arts, General

Interesting Facts:

PCT - Mt. San Jacinto

In 2018, Mr. Ramos hiked 652 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) from Campo, CA to Walker Pass near Lake Isabella, CA.  While he didn’t complete the entire 2,650, the experience exceeded his expectations and renewed his love for helping people through those difficult challenges life tends to offer.  He plans to complete the entire PCT in future seasons and will move on to the Continental Divide Trail (CDT) and Appalachian Trail (AT).

Hike Your Own Hike on the trail and in life!” – Alfredo

 

 

 

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