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May 15 - Speros Adds Employees to Expand Customer Support

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Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

May 15, 2018 - Speros, a full-service technology company headquartered in Savannah, recently announced that three new employees have joined the firm: Wes Christain, IT technician; Mallory Teeple, carrier management specialist; and Jordan A. Winters, sales administrator.

“We are pleased to be able to bring on these new team members to serve the increasing needs of our clients and facilitate the growth of the Speros organization,” said Susan Speros, chief executive officer. “Each has the training and experience to seamlessly integrate with the Speros team and offer the prompt personal attention customers expect from us.”

As an IT (information technology) technician, Christain will be responsible for providing remote and on-site IT support, as well as for installation and configuration of network equipment and servers.

The Guyton, Ga., native previously served as IT manager at WSAV-TV and earned a bachelor of business administration in information systems at Georgia Southern University, an associate’s degree as a network specialist at Ogeechee Technical College and Microsoft Certified Professional and Network+ certification from Ogeechee Technical College. He is married with two children.

“This company is growing quickly, and I’m happy that I can be a part of this dedicated team of professionals at such an exciting time,” Christain said. “I will continue to use my previous experiences in IT to assist our customers in a friendly and professional manner. At the same time, I look forward to learning new skills from our knowledgeable staff at Speros.”

As carrier management specialist, Teeple will be responsible for negotiating, ordering and implementing carrier services as well as auditing existing services and carrier invoices. The Savannah native previously served as project manager for Asset Black and owned and operated a sign sales and manufacturing business in Florida for more than 20 years. She attended the University of Georgia and graduated from Savannah Country Day School.

“I am happy to become a part of such a well-known Savannah company with an excellent reputation,” Teeple said. “I hope to foster working relationships with carriers to be apprised of new products and technology in order to match the best products and prices with our clients’ needs.”

As sales administrator, Winters will be responsible for assisting the Speros Sales team with project management and customer service. The Richmond Hill, Ga., native previously served as general manager for Cowabunga, Inc., and earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Armstrong State University. She is married with two children and enjoys cooking, reading and traveling.

“I am thrilled to be in the ever-changing technology field!” Winters said. “This industry is going to continue to grow and develop. I plan to bring my management, customer service and sales skill sets to help Speros thrive in this competitive business.”

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