PRLog - Apr. 22, 2014 - GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Southeastern IT firm EDTS has grown again, adding Heath Lane as a network engineer and Mitch Lesser as a Business Development Executive to its fast-growing team. EDTS specializes in providing managed IT services, network security, and advanced infrastructure solutions to Southeastern businesses.
MItch Lesser has joined EDTS
A native of Easley, South Carolina, Mr. Lane has nearly 15 years of business-to-
Mr. Lesser joins EDTS with nearly a decade of experience in information technology support, service and sales capacities with local and national organizations. A native and current resident of North Augusta, South Carolina, he holds Microsoft Certified Professional and Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist certifications, and earned an Associate Degree in Computer Science from Aiken Technical College.
In their respective roles, both Mr. Lane and Mr. Lesser will help ensure that critical IT systems are available, optimized, and secure, while assisting EDTS customers in increasing team productivity and reducing cost associated with information technology. They will operate across the firm’s Augusta, Columbia and Greenville office footprints.
“Heath and Mitch are talented and customer-focused technology professionals, and we are happy to welcome them to our growing team,” said Charles Johnson, EDTS CEO. “We are constantly seeking the best talent available to serve our clients, and they both are important parts of that strategy.”
Founded in 1999, EDTS has over 50 professionals serving clients 24/7/365 across the Southeast from offices in Augusta, GA and Columbia and Greenville, SC. A full service technology consulting firm, EDTS specializes in networking, security and managed IT services for business. The firm helps customers increase productivity and reduce cost associated with information technology. EDTS was recently named to the Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America for the fourth consecutive year, and honored as one of the fastest-growing companies in South Carolina on the 2013 Roaring Twenties list.