I met Ed several years ago through graphic design classes taken at Fresno City College. Since, I have been hired by Ed to help out with several different design projects. It has always been a pleasure to work with Ed, as he has a great work ethic, is a great designer, and always determined to push himself further. I will ask for his input if I am stuck on a project, or am looking tough criticism. His integrity, since of design, and creativity in problem solving make Ed a great person to work with in any situation.
Ed is a stellar example of an excellent client who understands that partnering with a vendor is the best way to use each entities’ respective talents to be efficient, innovative and effective. Ed’s responsibility with NLI is to oversee web development and operations that we do for SleepFit. In that role he is intelligent, he spends time understanding what it is we’re supposed to be doing, he asks the right questions, and he steers each project in the right direction–not only with us–but internally through executive channels. Ed is a joy to work with. Knowledgeable, productive, encouraging, inquisitive and realizes that what we’re doing isn’t brain surgery. Oh, and the best part, Ed knows how to rock a kilt! I highly recommend Mr. Panas.
Under Ed’s leadership, his company achieved phenomenal growth over the past few years. He has demonstrated exceptional abilities in operations management. He is a hard worker, fun to work with, very organized and has an impressive knack for the implementation of technology in the workforce. I’m fortunate to have Ed as a client.
Edward is a thoughtful and thorough merchandiser, marketer, and buyer for his company. His passion is the success of the company without sacrificing product quality, customer service, or the welfare of fellow employees. All of those professional compliments are topped by his genuinely positive attitude. Edward is just a fun person to be around and brings out the best in everyone.
Having the pleasure to have worked directly with Edward over the last eighteen years and two separate companies, I would consider Edward a prime example of the phrase “Hard work pays off”. I personally witnessed Edward work his way to the top. Starting as a Warehouse Manager,then excelled his way to Assistant Buyer, to Buyer, to Operations Manager to Vice President of Operations. I can say I have never seen an employee give as much to a company as Edward. He is relentless in his pursuit to lead his team on the path of success through strategic planning and preparation. He is detail and task oriented. Edward has an
I met Ed through a peer performance group in 2012. I know Ed to be a highly intelligent and energetic leader capable of most anything he puts his mind to doing. Ed has a great personality and easily fits in well with people from different backgrounds and interests. He has been a valued addition to our group and his business insights and experience is among the best I’ve known.
I have worked with Edward several times regarding the computer systems and network operations within the main office of SleepFit. Each time Edward has been conscious of the need for improvements, while keeping the budget in mind. Edward is a focused individual who knows how to complete projects on time, within a confined budget, and have fun while doing it!
I met Ed during my VP days at USBA as he handled our SEO AND Search Strategy as part of the NLI team. I felt very fortunate we had him working for US vs the competition because Ed is extremely smart and knowledgeable. I learned something every time I conversed with him. He is very much aware of the Search Engine world in every way from trends to strategy. Something else I appreciated about Ed … he absolutely LOVES WHAT HE DOES! You can tell he is passionate about the work he does and truly enjoys it. That has a great impact for those around him because it inspires us. He is also honest, has a great sense of humor and gets along with everyone. You’ll be lucky to have on your team.
I am thankful for the time I spent working with Ed. He
I first had the pleasure of meeting Ed when he registered to volunteer and set-up for a hackathon event my organization was planning. Ed heard about the event through some colleagues who signed up to work with 13-18 year old students to build an impactful mobile app. When event set-up was over and student/mentor teams were beginning to form, I noticed that Ed had stuck around, diving in to work with a team. Throughout the