Lutz Tech Promotes Four
Lutz, a Nebraska-based business solutions firm, has promoted four professionals in the Lutz Tech division.
Matt Hendrock has been promoted to Lab Coordinator. He has over five years of information technology experience. Hendrock ensures all software and hardware is up and running properly by providing installation, configuration, testing, and repairs.
John May has been promoted to the Lutz Tech Project Team. He has over two years of relevant experience. May specializes in project coordination and implementation, network assessments, and technical support for clients.
Dan Mendoza has been promoted to the Lutz Tech Project Team. Mendoza has over four years of IT experience. He provides client network assessments, project coordination, and high-level technical support. Dan specializes in networking and anti-virus protection.
Jessica Murray has been promoted to Account Manager. Murray has over eight years of experience in the technology field. She is a trusted advisor that sees clients through the full sales cycle. Her responsibilities include developing proposals and providing recommendations to clients to assist them in reaching their business goals.
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