Startel Announces Ron Lee as Information Developer

Startel Corporation announced that Ron Lee has joined Startel in the position of information developer.  Ron brings to Startel strong expertise in producing and delivering information in all formats, including online help, online documentation, Web-based documentation, and hard copy.  His work has garnered several awards from the Society of Technical Communication (STC).  Ron has worked in the highly technical industries of electronics, manufacturing, IT, and software programming.  His educational background is in electronics, computer science, and technical writing.

As Startel’s information developer, Ron will be keeping the current PDF documentation updated for each release.  Additionally, he will be developing other alternative information sources, such as online help, context-sensitive help, and Web-based documentation.  Ron will be responsible for building and managing the Startel Information System (SIS) for all Startel products and applications.

Ron says, “I love what I do, and I am extremely excited about the opportunity to work for Startel.  I sincerely look forward to providing our clients, as well as our technical support and field service personnel, with advanced information systems that display relevant-to-the-situation information that is useful and easy to access.”

[Posted by Peter DeHaan for Connections Magazine, a contact center publication from Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc.]

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