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ASA Electronics announces personnel move

ASA Electronics hired Joe Willer as a junior programmer.

He will be creating programs and applications at ASA, a maker and supplier of mobile audio and video electronics, to assist with forecasting reports, as well as analyzing data to optimize the company’s systems.

“Adding Joe’s position to our IT department was essential as the company continues to see growth,” senior programmer and analyst Jim Holtsberry said in a statement. “He was the perfect candidate for the position and we’re excited to add another person to our team.”

Willer is a Chicago native and a recent graduate of Indiana University at South Bend with a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a minor in mathematics.

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