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Community

From outreach to mentorship, we're dedicated to bringing people together.

Members of the MST Solutions team joined in the fight against hunger in our community by volunteering at the Matthew's Crossing food bank.
Leaders of MST Solution's Women in Technology program co-moderated the leadership panel featuring some of the valleys most influential female leaders.
Many companies say they value diversity in the workplace, but more often than not I’ve found the only indication of that value is a cheesy poster on a break room wall. MST Solutions actively promotes diversity by encouraging women to grow, learn and develop the leadership skills necessary to make significant contributions in the workplace. 
Arizona-based CRM and marketing automation leader commits to equal pay among genders.
Many companies say they value diversity in the workplace, but more often than not I’ve found the only indication of that value is a cheesy poster on a break room wall.
On the beautiful Saturday morning of September 23, 2017, MST Solutions had the opportunity to support UMOM’s Walk for Homeless Families & Youth.
As women in a male dominated industry we face the challenge of overcoming the perception that the female gender is a deficiency. Read more about how a visit from Michele Reagan empowered the women of MST and our whole community.
The Chandler Chamber of Commerce Community Award recognized MST Solutions for their outstanding contributions to the community and for striving to make Chandler a great place to work.
Proud Local First member, Thiru Thangarathinam, founder and CEO of MST Solutions, prides himself in becoming Arizona’s largest Salesforce.com partner.
With only a week away, 6 days and 10 hours to be exact, MST Solutions is gearing up for the 2017 Walk for Homeless Families & Youth! This event is being held at the Phoenix Zoo and supports UMOM’s vision of “breaking the cycle of homelessness” in Arizona’s largest county, Maricopa.