Crowley Company Adds Staff to Maryland, Pennsylvania Offices
Frederick, Md. and Richboro, Pa. – Pat Crowley, vice president of The Crowley Company, announces the addition of new hires to the company’s corporate, sales and imaging divisions. “Chris [Crowley, company president] and I are thrilled to include our eldest brother, Kevin, on the executive management team. We also welcome a new face at the corporate reception desk and have expanded our physical presence in Pennsylvania with a new sales office. Additionally, our conversion services bureau has grown significantly in the past six months, creating more than a dozen new positions.”
Kevin Crowley joins the firm as chief technology officer. An accomplished sales and customer service executive with Hewlett Packard, Microsoft and Dell Technologies, Crowley has more than two decades of experience in IT systems and solutions with a primary focus on meeting IT workflow and security challenges in the Federal and Intelligence sectors. At The Crowley Company, he will oversee the redevelopment of the firms’ IT infrastructure and be actively involved in strategic planning and new product development.
Nancy Boyden joins the Frederick, Md. headquarters as corporate receptionist. Primarily working in the construction and real estate industries, Boyden has served in a variety of administrative, advertising and accounting capacities throughout her career.
Zak Lubchansky brings his expertise and passion for building customer relationships to the business development team for capture hardware sales (digital and micrographic scanners, duplicators and processors). He will represent Crowley, Mekel Technology, Wicks and Wilson, InoTec, Zeutschel and other leading imaging system brands primarily in the Northeast from a suburban Philadelphia (Pa.) office.
Having recently been awarded several multi-million image digitization projects, Crowley Imaging, Crowley’s conversion services bureau located in Frederick, Md., has bolstered its first and second shifts with a strong slate of imaging specialists. The specialists cross-train on scanners and high-resolution camera systems to digitize a wide variety of microfilm, aperture cards, corporate documents, financial records, books, newspapers and magazine photo archives. The new specialists include: Lakeisha Barnett; Danielle Barton; Justin Barton; Sara Bunce; Alison Bur; Matthew Carey; Destyni Cecil; Jade Chan; Isaac Cline; Forrest Coleman; Dave Cowman; Elizabeth Groombridge; Brett Jones; Kaita Perez; Ivey Rodriguez; Carolyn Sangi; Ricky Taylor; Gabby Terrant; Steven Turner; Barry Webster; Devon Webb; and Brady Wilks.
About The Crowley Company
The Crowley Company is a world-leader in digital and analog film technologies and provides an extensive number of digital document and film conversion services to the academic, publishing, commercial, government and archive sectors. The company manufactures, distributes and services high-speed microfilm, microfiche, aperture card, book and document scanners, microfilm duplicators, film processors and micrographics equipment. Manufactured brands include Crowley, Mekel Technology, Wicks and Wilson, HF Processors and Extek Microsystems.