MICHIGAN, March 10, 2015 – SpinDance, Inc., of Holland, recently hired Lindsey Lopez as Program Manager and Ryan Lewkowicz as Systems Administrator as it continues growing its team and overall capabilities.

Lopez previously served as Product Owner at LeanLogistics, Inc. Her background in supply chain management has allowed her to lead project teams, and manage multiple projects of various complexity and size.

During her time at LeanLogistics, Lopez took on roles of increasing responsibilities such as Logistics Coordinator, Strategic Support Specialist, and most recently Product Owner. Each role demanded an increased focus towards customer support and satisfaction.

Lopez holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Central Michigan University, and is a certified Scrum Product Owner for Agile Methodology.

In her new role at SpinDance, Lopez will effectively manage all aspects of each customers’ project. She will be responsible for ensuring customer satisfaction, while delivering innovative solutions. Her overall customer-centric background and focus will be valuable to the continual growth and success of SpinDance.

Lewkowicz most recently served as Systems Administrator and Operations Engineer at Liquidweb Inc. Lewkowicz supported multiple web applications and systems configurations to assist customers in achieving core business objectives. Additionally, Lewkowicz focused on building hardware and infrastructure ranging in complexities from the very basic, to enterprise level solutions.

Lewkowicz has earned Red Hat CSA certification, and brings a diverse background with a strong focus in Systems Administration.

In his role at SpinDance, Lewkowicz will focus on managing customer systems, and integrate with the development team to ensure customer value through all hosted services. Ryan’s certification in Red Hat systems, and background in web hosting will be an important addition to SpinDance’s continued growth in hosted solutions.

 

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