FuneralTech Adds Two All Star Employee’s To Their Growing Team
Kingston, Ontario — On March 30th, FuneralTech welcomed an established name that many in the funeral profession will recognize, Mark Miatello. Mark has spent several years leading a support team for a technology company in funeral service. Over the years Mark has developed many great relationships with clients and he is looking forward to starting a new chapter at FuneralTech.
“Mark understands what it takes to deliver excellent customer service to clients. He will be managing a team that continues to push the envelope on what clients should expect from their technology partner in terms of support.” says Mike Hepburn, President of FuneralTech. “By adding Mark Miatello to the FuneralTech team, we have taken a huge step forward. We are very proud to have him join our team of professionals.”
Mark is excited about this new opportunity and looks forward to continuing to work closely with many of the clients he has built great relationships with and continue to deliver the outstanding service they have come to know from him.
On April 14th, Kris Frenette started his position as a Senior Developer for FuneralTech. Kris previously worked as Chief Technology Officer for 6 years, for a technology company in funeral service.
The addition of Kris will provide FuneralTech with the opportunities to further reach our development milestones that our board has set out. “Our objective at FuneralTech is to be the true industry leader for technology solutions. Innovation is something we are very proud of here and Kris can certainly bring these ideas to life. Kris brings with him a wealth of knowledge and is a huge asset for FuneralTech.” says Mike Hepburn, President of FuneralTech. “When I walk into the development room, I feel we have the industries strongest development team. Watch for our exciting new releases throughout 2015!”
Kris is looking forward to sharing his many years of experience with the team at FuneralTech.
“The addition of both Kris and Mark to FuneralTech really speaks to what we are doing as a company. Most companies would love to have these two gentlemen as part of their team, we are just excited they selected FuneralTech as their next career path. I’ve always said that people are your best asset and when you have the chance to add two all star employees with the background and experience Kris and Mark have, this only makes your company stronger and your clients experience even better.” says Jon Clare, CEO of FuneralTech.
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