Five new employees fill key need in company’s ability to scale
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IDScan.net, a leading developer of identity verification and information-gathering technologies, announced its latest round of hires. Five new employees add capacity to the sales, support, and accounting teams.
“We’re fortunate to bring on five talented individuals at this stage,” said IDScan.net’s CEO, Denis Petrov. “We are fortunate enough to hire in groups, which streamlines onboarding and training. This group will greatly help our company grow, starting with the additions to our sales team.”
Toni Alexis, Sales & Administrative Assistant
Toni has more than a decade of experience in office administration and sales enablement. She most recently served as the executive assistant to the VP of sales at a national CPG company. She is currently enrolled in the Business Administration program at the University of New Orleans.
Meghan (Meg) Hosch, Senior Accountant
Meg brings more than 8 years of accounting experience to IDScan.net, which includes the professional services and technology industries. She is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University.
Brett Perry, Business Development Manager
Brett has extensive purchasing, supply chain management, and business development experience and has worked within a Fortune 500 company. Brett holds a BA from Mississippi State University and an MBA from Tulane University.
Patrick Rafferty, Business Development Manager
Prior to joining the IDScan.net team, Patrick was the Director of Business Development for a New Orleans-based digital marketing agency, helping clients local and national grow their business through strategic marketing solutions. In 2018, he was named Ad Person of the Year by the New Orleans Ad Club. Patrick is a graduate of Loyola University of New Orleans.
Matt Stout, Technical Support Specialist
Matt previously worked for a national IT consultant, where he provided support to both enterprise and small business accounts. He has also worked in software development and studied computer science at the University of New Orleans.
“I’ve said time and again that it is our goal to become one of the top companies to work for, both in New Orleans and in our industry,” Petrov said. “This starts with hiring the right people and the right culture, and we believe in these five new hires.”