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Holbrook promoted to CEO of Servillian Technology

Vernon’s Servillian Technology Ltd has announced Bradley Holbrook, former Chief Technical Officer, as their new CEO. - Graeme Corbett/Morning Star File
Vernon’s Servillian Technology Ltd has announced Bradley Holbrook, former Chief Technical Officer, as their new CEO.
— image credit: Graeme Corbett/Morning Star File

Vernon’s Servillian Technology Ltd has announced Bradley Holbrook, former Chief Technical Officer, as their new CEO.

Holbrook has been directly involved in web solution technologies for more than 10 years. He has been a leader in the company’s success and is poised to take the organization forward in this new role.

“With the continued advances and the speed of change in technology, Bradley provides the energy and passion to take Servillian to the next level,” said Allan Holbrook, company founder and president. “He spends hours studying technology trends and continually relates them to how they impact businesses today.”

Bradley’s new role will directly impact Servillian’s overall direction by streamlining new technologies into real solutions for small business and renew its focus on after-sales customer service and support.

Servillian Technology has been providing web and software based solutions for small businesses for more than 14 years in the Okanagan Valley. They have provided solutions to customers throughout Canada, U.S. and Europe.

“Our customers are so important and we need to demonstrate to them that we are experts in what we do,” said Bradley.

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