Edgetech Appoints New Technical Service Manager

Date: 14 April 2008
Source: Edgetech
Edgetech I.G. is proud to announce that it has appointed Mike Burk to technical service manager. Burk joined Edgetech in 2007 as a product manager after spending 15 years in the industry.

In his new role, he will be responsible for managing technical service representatives and facilitating customer training and support programs.

“Mike has been an incredible addition to the Edgetech team,” said Larry Johnson, executive vice president, Edgetech I.G. “His background in training and development will be a great asset to our customers and our technical service department.”

Burk holds a bachelor’s degree from Myers College in Cleveland and a master’s degree in adult learning and development from Cleveland State University. He is active in industry organizations, such as IGMA and GANA, and is a columnist for DWM magazine.

“I am excited to serve Edgetech customers in this new capacity,” Burk said. “My goals for the new position are to help customers increase quality, increase capacity and lower their overall costs. This will be done through enhanced training and support.”

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Date: 14 April 2008
Source: Edgetech

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