Gifted with tremendous negotiating, problem-solving, project management, and leadership skills, Herman Andalcio fosters inclusivity with his clients. Since childhood, he says, a message was ingrained to work toward something greater than himself…and he brings the weight of that fully to his work at Wynndalco, seeking a true team approach with everyone he serves.
For nearly a decade, he’s ensured current clients are receiving comprehensive support while also cultivating exciting new leads and opportunities to drive business development. Herman has coordinated massive rollouts and provided technical service support for CDW-G, Dell, Chicago Public Schools, and Dallas Independent School District contracts, and was a key player in a multi-million-dollar contract awarded for construction inspection services for the Engineering Department thanks to his extensive construction experience. He’s also been the key project manager for multiple ventures, including a 237-school assessment regarding infrastructure upgrades for the Philadelphia School District; a 275-school upgrade project entailing delivery, installation, and connectivity of approximately 70 computers per school; a portable x-ray machine program for Chicago Public Schools; and a distribution and installation plan for lottery vending machines in the State of Illinois.
Career accomplishments include:
- Managing vehicle fleets for myriad clients in multiple industries, working cross-functionally to ensure maintenance, legality, and safety
- Collaborating with Pennsylvania Agency managers and Fortune 500 and -100 companies, providing unprecedented products and services to secure a contract that covered the state of Pennsylvania in both hardware maintenance and new distribution of Dell PCs and portables (60,000+)
- Coordinating bidding and purchasing with city, state, and federal agencies along with local Chambers of Commerce to provide economic development for small business and minority-owned firms
- Negotiating prices and deliveries of quality products/services for Chicago Public Schools, and carefully managing millions of program dollars during a monumental five-year operation
With a degree from Palomar College and certifications with Microsoft and A+, Herman’s passion lies in education: He’s volunteered at dozens of Chicago Public Schools to challenge elementary and high schoolers toward positive choices both pre- and post-grad, and delivered and installed donated computers and facilitated training for at-risk students and their parents. He’s also volunteered with the Veterans Administration and the Procurement Technical Assistance Center for the Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, assisting small businesses in obtaining certifications and new business opportunities.