Morgantown Area Sales Representative Joins Team at Top West Virginia IT Firm

Jeff Martin recently joined IT Mindshare as Senior Account Manager and is helping with area business owners streamline IT processes to make their businesses run more efficiently and profitably.

Morgantown, United States - March 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Jeff Martin was on the lookout for a career opportunity with an innovative West Virginia company. A stroke of luck landed him in a Krav Maga class led by Jeremy Harris, owner of IT Mindshare. They quickly struck up a conversation about each other’s goals and found a great deal of synergy.

“I have over 15 years of experience working with business owners in the home building, retail and advertising industries, but I was looking for an innovative company that would give me the opportunity to be creative and cutting edge,” Jeff explains. “IT Mindshare is a locally owned company by a veteran doing some very ‘next level’ things. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that?”

Jeff recently joined the team as Senior Account Manager and is now working with area business owners to help them streamline IT processes to make their businesses run more efficiently and profitably.

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“It’s amazing how a small tweak in your process can yield such a large benefit,” he says. It could be something as simple as monitoring the security of your network, managing your passwords, organizing the cabling in your office, or updating your phone system to a VoiceOver IP system that makes it easier to communicate with your team and your customers. Or it could involve a larger strategic mission to simplify any repeatable processes so you can make your team more efficient and effective at serving your customers.

“The benefit to engaging with us for these services is that as a business owner, you can get back to running your businesses, knowing that IT Mindshare’s phenomenal team is there to support you. And I’m here to help connect all of those dots.”

IT Mindshare’s offerings span five major segments – core Information Technology, phone & voice services, data cabling & relocation, strategic consulting, and web design services. Their IT consulting services help commercial, government and non-profit organizations formulate a scalable, cost-effective, and efficient technology strategy.

The company’s 24/7 local IT support, cloud-based VoIP telephone systems, fixed fee technology infrastructure, and web design services are available across their service area of North Central West Virginia, Southwestern Pennsylvania, and Western Maryland.

The veteran-owned IT firm offers agile around-the-clock IT support that can be scaled to the needs of local businesses, large enterprises, and government organizations at all levels.

“Our field is constantly evolving and I look forward to being a part of that by helping to continue to solve common business problems with innovative and cutting edge solutions,” Jeff says. “IT Mindshare is growing at an unbelievable pace. I could guess at where the company will be in 10 years, but I know the team here will far surpass that.”

For more information about IT Mindshare’s services or to reach Jeff Martin, contact Jeff by email at or by phone at 304-658-7132.

Contact Info:
Name: Jeremy Harris
Email: Send Email
Organization: IT Mindshare
Address: 200 Hart Field Rd, Morgantown, WV 26505, United States
Phone: +1-304-658-7600

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492573

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