I look forward to working with other technology service industry leaders...
Conyers, GA (PRWEB) July 23, 2011
Lexicon Technologies, the leading provider of multi-vendor Specialty Information Technology device repair and maintenance services including enterprise mobility equipment, barcode scanners and other data capture devices, barcode label printers, point-of-sale devices and peripherals, is pleased to announce that Dave Wiedman, its Chief Operating Officer, has been appointed to the Service Industry Association (SIA) board of directors.
At the 2011 Service Industry Association (SIA) Executive Summit held recently in Las Vegas, Mr. Wiedman was named to the SIA governing board by the general membership of the association. “I look forward to working with other technology service industry leaders on the SIA board and to serving the SIA community”, said Mr. Wiedman. “Our organization’s collective strength as an ‘eco-system’ of leading technology service providers, is enhanced by the partnering and peer collaboration that SIA helps to foster, which leads to better service solutions for technology users.”
About Lexicon Technologies, Inc.: Lexicon Technologies (http://www.LexiconTech.com) is the leading multi-vendor provider of repair and maintenance services for Specialty IT devices, including enterprise mobility equipment, barcode scanners and other automatic data capture devices, label and receipt printers, point-of-sale devices and peripherals manufactured by Motorola Solutions, Intermec, Zebra Technologies, NCR, and many other leading OEM companies. Lexicon delivers Repair Management Services to save Enterprises time and money using RepairEngine®, our revolutionary online Service Management System. Customer segments served are Enterprises, Global Services Providers, Original Equipment Manufacturers, and Value Added Resellers.
About the Service Industry Association (SIA): The Service Industry Association is a non-profit association of enterprises involved in the support of high technology products in the marketplace, represented by their top level executives, whose role is to promote the best possible range of alternatives and choices of services for those products, and support of the customers who use them. For more information on the Service Industry Association please visit their website at http://www.servicenetwork.org.