Southland Data Processing is pleased to announce Jeanne Huynh as the recipient of our 2022 Spartan of the Year award for sales excellence. Jeanne is the company’s Partner Success Manager and earned the award based on exceeding all areas of sales and growth expectations in 2022.
“The Spartan of the Year distinction is an important component of our company culture and client acquisition strategy,” states Michael Reis, Southland Data Processing’s Vice President of Sales. “It serves as a way in which we honor our growth team members’ achievements, is a motivator, and inspires friendly competition. Jeanne is a top contributor to the success of Southland Data Processing, mentors team members, serves our community through her involvement with Executive Women International, is well-respected by her peers, and is highly regarded by clients.”
The Spartan Award is a widely-used concept used in many company environments. The purpose of the award is to honor those who have demonstrated the traits of leadership, excellence, contributions to the Company, and philanthropy.
“I’m thrilled to receive the coveted Spartan of the Year award, but I must attribute this success to Michael Reis and my colleagues for their support and guidance,” states Jeanne Huynh. “I wholeheartedly trust Southland Data Processing’s abilities, and with that, I have the confidence and the ease with which to build lasting and honest relationships with our clients and partners. I hope that my colleagues and I will experience continued success in this new year. I’m looking forward to helping more businesses. This is awesome!”
Please join us in congratulating Jeanne on her success.
Jeanne Huynh may be contacted by calling 909.946.2032 or via email at [email protected].
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