We design technical solutions for the complex needs of our clients.

Our services

G Suite

As a G Suite Partner let us help you do your best work, together in one package that works from any device.

Google Cloud

Our Google Cloud consulting services will educate your team on best practices and guiding principles for a successful cloud implementation.

Web Devleopment

We combine our solid business experience, technical expertise, profound knowledge of latest industry trends and quality-driven delivery model to offer progressive, web solutions.

IT Consulting

Our IT Consulting is best in class, letting you lean on highly trained IT personnel while you focus on your overall business strategies

One Workbench

One Workbench brings together process management, configurable workflow automation, task management, and communication all from a dashboard integrated with G Suite that allows everyone to work the way they work best; together.

Web Engagement

We are a full-service web engagement company. Let us handle your website, your social media, and your brand development so you can focus on on your business.

Get In touch

1201 N.W. Briarcliff Parkway Suite 200 Kansas City, MO 64116

(816) 673-7586

Our team

Stacey Smith

PQC President and CEO

Stacey is the founder of PQC, specializing in business transformation and project management. Stacey has proven expertise in Six Sigma, Total Quality Management and Continuous Improvement for diverse industries and business segments.

Over the last 25 years, her experiences have covered the public and private sectors, defense and aerospace, insurance/finance, human resources, and Information Technology arenas.

She spent 21 years working in the military arena for prime contractors Northrop Grumman, Rockwell International, and Lockheed Martin.

A Magna Cum Laude graduate from Berry University in Miami, Stacey founded PQC with a credo to “ensure we always add value to our customers, employees and our community.” Stacey has been recognized for improving processes, achieving cost efficiencies, and reducing process deviations for organizations in the public and private sector.

Chris McCarthy

Christopher McCarthy

Director of Technology

Christopher serves as the Director of Technology of PQC Tech. Christopher brings 20+ years’ experience in Information Technology, IT Project Management, and life cycle management. He has worked for both Commercial and Government based clients.

Christopher is responsible for helping to define the vision for PQC Tech’s technology services, identifying and communicating technology trends affecting clients’ businesses, and shaping the strategy for PQC Tech’s emerging services and offerings.

Christopher’s exceptional track record is based on his ability to quickly identify customer requirements and translate them into viable technology solutions.

Matt Atkins

Matt Atkins

Software Architect

Matt serves as PQC Tech’s Software Solutions Architect, designing and developing solutions for a wide range of applications and environments. Before his time with PQC, Matt worked for the Army both as a DA civilian and a contractor, providing software development; systems engineering; and operations management in the Lessons Learned, Biometrics, and Intelligence fields

As a self-taught developer, Matt wrote his first HTML website when he was 14. He has since mastered a wide array of software languages and frameworks. In his spare time, he enjoys tinkering with hardware, computer and otherwise, and is a huge fan of cult classic movies.

Steve Condon

Data Architect

Steve is based out of Kansas City and works with the PQC Tech team as its Data Architect.

His primary focus and responsibility is designing and implementing new software products and tools for PQC Tech such as One Workbench.

Steve has a 12 year background in software development and database systems administration, with an expertise in database design and architecture. Additionally, Steve has experience in electronic discovery systems design, clustered database administration, and enterprise server administration.

Christopher McCarthy

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