Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
Corrigo, the provider of the powerful multisite facilities management software called the Work Order Network, has introduced David Smith as the company’s new Sales and Projects Engineer.
In his new role, Smith will work closely with the company’s clients in the quick service restaurant industry, streamlining processes for account management, sales and deployment. He will also contribute significantly to future releases of the CorrigoNet and WorkTrack Service Provider product lines, which are part of Corrigo’s Work Order Network. In addition, Smith will allow the company to deliver an even greater degree of technological expertise to its various clients.
“We are very excited to welcome David to the team at Corrigo,” said Tim Bernardez, Vice President of Operations at Corrigo. “The Work Order Network is built on a foundation of technological innovation, providing creative, well executed solutions to our clients. David’s professional expertise in this area will help our company stay on the cutting edge as it continues to develop more innovative and impressive solutions both now and in the years to come.”
Smith’s experience in managing technology spans many different areas. In his most recent position with international restaurant chain Wendy’s, he was in charge of the client-end system administration for Corrigo solutions across more than 1,200 stores. Smith’s other duties included system maintenance, accounts troubleshooting, user training and asset information maintenance. He also has an active membership in the Restaurant Facility Management Association (RFMA) as a vendor.
Corrigo’s cloud-based Work Order Network provides facilities management solutions to businesses with operations that cover multiple sites. It gives the company’s clients access to the most cutting-edge analytics, time tracking and work order software, helping them grow their business while becoming more efficient and cost effective. In addition to software services, Corrigo’s in-house experts provide key industry perspectives and professional guidance.
“The Work Order Network puts a combination of the most powerful facilities management tools into the hands of our clients,” said Bernardez. “With the support of experts like David Smith, the network helps these organizations truly find success in the marketplace. We are looking forward to seeing the positive impact David is sure to make in his work with Corrigo.”
To learn more about Corrigo and the Work Order Network, visit http://www.corrigo.com.