ST. LOUIS, MO, September 17, 2014
-- French Gerleman announces it has hired Jason Stockmann as vice president of information technology. With more than 15 years of experience in innovating and managing IT organizations, Stockmann will oversee French Gerleman’s IT team to ensure best-in-class enterprise performance, availability and data security.
Prior to joining French Gerleman, Stockmann served as IT director of the Saint Louis Art Museum where he had responsibility for all strategic and fiscal aspects of information technology and related operations. He has also served as director of IT for WTI Systems, Ltd., project manager for Washington University in St. Louis and accountant II/ project manager for St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District.
Holding Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Public Accounting (CPA) credentials, he earned MBA and M.S. degrees in management of information systems from Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville and a bachelor of business administration (BBA) degree from McKendree University in Lebanon, IL.
“Jason is a proven IT executive who has effectively used technology to innovate and build efficiencies,” said French Gerleman President Mike Stanfill. “He will ensure that French Gerleman continues to provide a secure and scalable IT infrastructure to meet the needs of the company and our customers.”
About French Gerleman
French Gerleman is a leading regional supplier of profit-boosting automation, datacom, electrical, power transmission and safety products and services to the industrial, commercial and construction markets. A fifth generation, family owned business founded in 1923 and based in St. Louis, MO, French Gerleman has locations in Quincy, IL; Kansas City, KS; Columbia, MO; and Washington, MO. For more information, visit www.frenchgerleman.com