(DALLAS) January 12, 2016 – TSP (Technology Service Professionals), a privately held IT services company, announces that newly appointed CEO Frank Gonzalez has decided to restructure TSP’s organizational structure and internally promote a number of leaders, in order to support TSP’s continued growth.
In addition to his responsibility for the sales and operations of TSP’s three business units (enterprise solutions, shared solutions, and industrial automation solutions), Gonzalez will now also assume leadership of all TSP corporate staff under talent and brand management, IT, finance/accounting, and recruiting sectors.
“TSP grew immensely in 2015. With growth comes change, and I trust that these are the right moves for us to make as an organization to ensure that we can continue to support new business and new #TSProckstars,” said Gonzalez. “I’m very happy to promote our people from within, furthering a number of our employees’ careers. We renamed human resources to talent management, because we truly see our employees as talented people, not resources. Now more than ever before, TSP is a place where our employees can grow rewarding and long-term careers.”
Keith McElwain, who has been with the company since 2003, will step into the role of the company’s first-ever senior vice president and chief financial officer. In his new role, McElwain will be the most senior official focusing on financial strategy, forecasting, compliance, risk management and the general financial wellbeing of TSP.
Chris Skaggs has been promoted to senior director, talent & brand management. Skaggs will continue to be responsible for TSP’s marketing, PR and social strategy but will also assume the responsibility of the company’s talent management function. In addition to handling internal and external communications, Skaggs will also serve as the main interface between TSP and legal counsel.
Ken Smith has been promoted to senior director & controller, responsible for finance and accounting and the accounts receivable and accounts payable functions of the company. Additionally, Smith’s responsibilities will expand to include internal IT.
Kristi Suddock has been promoted to the position of director of talent management, responsible for coordinating the people enterprise functions of TSP in accordance with the mission, vision and core values of the company.
Larry Lozuk has been promoted to the position of director of IT, responsible for the overall planning, organizing and execution of the internal technology functions for TSP. Lozuk will continue to manage the facilities and procurement functions for the company.
TSP’s new internal restructuring and internal promotions are all effective immediately.
TSP is a privately held information technology services company founded in 2002 by Rick Skaggs and Frank Gonzalez. The business provides top-tier services in enterprise solutions, shared solutions, and industrial automation. The Certified Minority Owned Business has more than 600 employees, and its service area includes more than 35 U.S. states as well as Canada. The company’s client portfolio includes Texas Instruments, International Paper, Hewlett-Packard, Goodyear, Georgia-Pacific, Dell, Raytheon, 3M, Hitachi, NetApp, Lockheed Martin, IBM, and Neiman Marcus. To learn more, visit http://mytsp.net.
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