Wildman joins Matrix IntegrationFebruary 14, 2020
From Local Sources
JASPER — Matrix Integration, an IT solutions provider headquartered in Jasper, has announced the hire of Rob Wildman as vice president of professional services. Matrix Integration was founded in 1979 and opened a Kentucky office, where Wildman will work, in 2000.
“Rob’s background, starting in the U.S. Air Force, includes more than 30 years of technology experience,” said Nathan Stallings, president of Matrix Integration. “His broad knowledge gained on both the client side and the managed services side gives him a unique perspective to help drive growth for Matrix Integration’s current and future clients.”
Wildman’s career path began as a student while he attended the Community College of the Air Force in Montgomery, Alabama, after which he continued to work on Air Force projects involving central office IT designs and installation. His work in the IT industry also includes more than 17 years as a technology service provider and an IT director in Lexington, Kentucky, where he subsequently worked with Matrix Integration as one of its IT providers.
Wildman lives in the Lexington, Kentucky, area with his wife, Nan, with whom he enjoys spending time with his four grandchildren.
For more information on how businesses can maximize their IT spend to stay ahead of the curve, contact Matrix Integration at 1-800-264-1550 or visit www.matrixintegration.com.
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