Armstrong Teasdale Named 2020 Precision Partner Award Recipient by T-Kartor USA
Armstrong Teasdale has received the 2020 Precision Partner Award from client T-Kartor USA for outstanding achievement and a range of substantial contributions to the success of the company. The annual award recognizes a client or supplier that has worked alongside the company for at least one year, served as a true partner and shared risk.
Based in St. Louis, T-Kartor USA is an innovative business combining cartographic, GIS and programming skills. It is a subsidiary of T-Kartor Group AB, a privately owned entity founded in Kristianstad, Sweden, in 1985 with offices in five countries.
Recipients of the award are selected based on the following criteria:
- Outstanding responsiveness to T-Kartor USA
- Impeccable ethics
- Strong leadership
- Demonstrated commitment to the success of T-Kartor USA
- Contributions to T-Kartor USA’s viability as a company
“Armstrong-Teasdale has always been thorough and competent when providing legal advice to T-Kartor USA, and they have always had our company’s best interests in mind,” said T-Kartor USA Chief Executive Officer Simon Bailey. “Brian Kaveney and his team have helped our company immensely through our expansion in the geospatial space, and they have been there for us through the many challenges we faced in 2020, such as COVID-19 and our rapid company growth. As our company maintains growth, T-Kartor USA will continue to place its confidence in Armstrong Teasdale by using their legal services during the coming years.”
More than 10 attorneys and staff professionals currently support T-Kartor USA’s growing business.
“Maintaining a client-focused culture is core to Armstrong Teasdale’s mission and we’re proud to have earned this recognition,” said Kaveney. “We pride ourselves on serving as an extension of the T-Kartor USA team, sharing in their goals and objectives, and providing strategic counsel across functional areas including industrial security, government contracting, employment and labor, and transactional.”