LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (August 12, 2021) – Staley Technologies, headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas, announced Louis Alderman has been promoted to vice president of national operations.
“Louis has been an incredible addition to our team for 13 years,” said Andrew Faulkner, CEO of Staley Technologies. “He is an attentive and engaged manager, able to bring out the best in his team to serve our clients. Louis will continue to be an asset to our team and our clients in this new, expanded role.”
Alderman joined the Staley Technologies team in 2008 and served as service operations manager and several senior positions in operations and project management. His success in growing the company’s national service offerings and oversight of the growing support desk propelled him to this current position.
“My experience at Staley has been nothing but wonderful and I look forward to continuing to grow here in this new role,” said Alderman. “We have a dedicated team of experts who I get to learn from and support as we work together to serve our clients locally and across the nation.”
Based in Little Rock, Ark., Alderman studied business management at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York, and holds certificates in project management from Villanova University. In 2015, he was given the Ed Staley Award, recognizing exemplary performance for management.
About Staley Technologies
Headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas, Staley Technologies is a full-service, nationally recognized technology solutions provider. It provides software, hardware, cloud-based solutions, and managed services with a national service model for industries such as hospitality and retail; health care; manufacturing; and banking. Offered services include network and wireless infrastructure; POS systems and kiosks; digital signage, COVID-Tech; and other technologies that drive market growth. Staley Technologies’ workforce operates across North America and surpasses 200 employees across the country. Satellite office locations are in Atlanta, Orlando, Los Angeles, Columbus, Boise, Lansing, and northwest Arkansas.