|By PR Newswire||
|December 1, 2016 12:09 PM EST|
SPRINGFIELD, Ill., Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- LRS® Consulting Services announced today that Micah Stevenson has been hired as Branch Manager of the firm's office in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Kerry Burns, Senior Manager for LRS Consulting Services, said he was excited to find someone with Stevenson's experience in the IT staffing industry. Stevenson has nearly a decade of experience in staff augmentation in IT and financial services.
"Micah brings a track record of developing new business," Burns said. "That's really important in our Minneapolis office, where we have aggressive plans for growing our business."
Burns also pointed to Stevenson's Minnesota roots. He attended Minnesota School of Business and has worked for companies in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.
"Micah's knowledge of the region, its people, and its businesses, can only help us as we work to grow," Burns said. "We're really happy that he has joined our team and we know he can only make us even stronger."
Stevenson has been praised throughout his career for striving to be a trusted business advisor to all his clients, recognizing the importance of quality service, and working diligently to get the best results for each customer's needs. Stevenson said the move to LRS was perfect for him and will give him a chance to build the company's presence in the Twin Cities.
"I am extremely excited to join LRS Consulting," he said. "It's rare to find a company like LRS with such a vast amount of experience that is still focused on growing, building, and staying ahead of the trend in the IT staffing industry."
LRS Consulting Services is the IT and engineering staffing division of Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc. (LRS), a privately-held U.S. company with corporate headquarters located in Springfield, IL. Remote offices are located throughout the United States and in key geographic regions around the world. More than half of the Fortune 500 and Fortune 500 Service companies rely on industry-leading LRS solutions, with products in use in over 30 countries. Industry analyst groups recognize LRS as a global IT leader. For more information, visit www.LRS.com.
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LRS Consulting Services
913-339-9200, ext. 2346
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