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Oct. 11 - Speros Expands Web Design and Technology Support with New Hires

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Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

October 11, 2018 - Speros, a full-service technology company headquartered in Savannah, recently announced three new employees have joined the firm: Mary Elizabeth Sancomb, web and graphics designer; Dean Baynon, IT technician; and Michael Redmond, technology technician.

“Each of these new team members has a unique skill set to serve the increasing needs of our clients, and they will help us continue to provide the prompt personal attention customers expect from us,” said Susan Speros, chief executive officer of Speros. “We are excited to welcome them to the Speros team.”

Sancomb, as a web and graphics designer, will be responsible for overseeing social media accounts, designing logos and websites and developing the firm’s marketing projects. The Savannah native is a 2017 graduate of the University of Georgia.

“I am excited to develop my design skills and help our clients find their personal brand and voice while developing their websites,” Sancomb said. “I’m also looking forward to helping Speros better connect with our customers on social media as well as developing new skills working with the knowledgeable staff at Speros.”

Baynon, as Speros’ newest IT technician, will be responsible for managing backups and anti-virus software and will help clients with equipment installations. He grew up in Statesboro and graduated from Ogeechee Tech in 2018 with an associate’s degree in IT. He also has completed an internship at Digital Office Equipment in Statesboro.

“I am pleased to work at Speros because the company has an efficient, yet relaxed atmosphere,” Banyon said. “My coworkers are very friendly and helpful to everyone, both customers, and other employees. When I came on board, no one hesitated to answer any questions I had. Everyone here truly loves what they do.”

Redmond, a technology technician, will be responsible for the installation of cabling, structured wiring and all hardware required for various services. The Savannah native graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design and has 15 years of experience as a low-voltage technician and high-voltage electrician.

“I am happy to be part of such an experienced team. I hope to contribute by bringing my various experiences in the low-voltage field,” Redmond said.

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