Landon maintains a strong background in web programming, and is able to fulfill many of our needs for online growth,” says Lee Wilkins, Director of Web Services at LKCS.
Peru, IL (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
LKCS announced the hiring of website design and programming specialist, Landon Miller. Miller will assume the role of Web Developer, and play a significant part in the company's online efforts. He is coming back to LKCS after a two year absence during which he pursued other interests and opportunities.
LKCS is the leader in providing end-to-end marketing, graphic design, commercial printing, direct mail, web development, and statement processing services to financial institutions. Through their suite of online and offline solutions, the company is able to meet the unique needs of its clients.
As a website developer, Miller will join LKCS' web team and play his part in designing, programming, and implementing new client websites and online applications. Additionally, he is also tasked with remaining updated on emerging trends and technologies in his field, and will oversee many of the company's current and future web related projects.
"Landon maintains a strong background in web programming, and is able to fulfill many of our needs for online growth," says Lee Wilkins, Director of Web Services at LKCS. "He is very talented, possesses a wealth of web development knowledge and experience, and has the work-ethic, dedication, and passion to help our company continue to do amazing things on the web."
Miller's background includes 6-years of professional web development experience. In addition, he also served 8-years in the United States Army as an Information Technology Specialist. His duties included managing departmental websites, computer networking, and providing technical assistance.
"I am very excited to be working at LKCS", says Miller. "LKCS is a great company and its people are among the most talented in their many industries. I consider it a true privilege to be here, and am thrilled for the opportunity to play my part."