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ASA Electronics announces personnel move

ASA Electronics said it hired Jayson Rainsberger as the company’s IT network administrator.
Jayson Rainsberger

Jayson Rainsberger

ASA Electronics said it hired Jayson Rainsberger as the company’s IT network administrator.

ASA said Rainsberger is a graduate of Rochester College with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He majored in the management of information systems.

He has almost 15 years of experience working in the information technology field, specializing in systems management and facilitating new projects.

“Jayson has an excellent skill set to analyze where communications are going to be needed, create and communicate plans for the network, ensure ASA is up to date on the latest technology, as well as understand and determine the hardware and wiring requirements,” ASA vice president of finance Julia Willis said in a statement.

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