New employees support increased business and advanced project and workflow tracking
R. Grossman and Associates, Inc., a New Jersey based electronic security consulting firm is pleased to announce the addition of Robert G. Sprague and Susan Procovic to their team.
Mr. Sprague joins the firm as a Consultant/Project Manager. In keeping with their “hands on” style of consulting, his extensive background as an integrator and end user will be a tremendous asset to the firm. He has previously worked for Security Services and Technology, Edge Security, and in various gaming facilities in Atlantic City, including ten years with the Trump organization. He is trained and certified as a locksmith and has extensive experience with access control, CCTV, and other low voltage systems.
Susan Procovic will serve as Operations Manager, responsible for project scheduling, tracking, and workflow management. With experience in administration and traffic management at Smith, O’Keefe and Associates, a large advertising agency, Susan will help manage the growth of the firm, ensuring that all aspects of project design, documentation and administration are completed on schedule and to the satisfaction of RG&A’s clients.
“Our two new staff members add significant capacity to our firm as we continue to grow,” explains Bob Grossman, President and founder of RG&A. “Robert is an experienced consultant who has hit the ground running, while Susan provides the skills needed to help manage our workload and increase our efficiency. While our technical capabilities are important to our clients, attention to deadlines and details are just as critical.”
On a more somber note, Americo DiPrinzio who joined the firm as a Consultant/Technical Specialist in February of 2008 has unexpectedly been called back to active duty and redeployed by the New Jersey National Guard. “We are sorry to temporarily lose Rico but have committed to keeping his job open and look for forward to his return,” comments Grossman. “The addition of Robert and Susan will ensure that there are no interruptions in our workflow.”