Tue, June 12, 2018

Employee Spotlight – Joey Stotts

Centrality welcomes a new member of our Business Development Team, Joey Stotts, who brings over 23 years of diverse sales experience. Read more about Joey and his role at Centrality.

Joey Stotts

What is your role at Centrality, and what do you do for clients?

My role as a new member of our business development team is to find customers that need help with their technology needs. By introducing them to Centrality and trying to better understand their organization, I look for ways where our company can add value to their business continuity by providing IT solutions that fit their needs. I look forward to meeting new people and businesses that will genuinely benefit from solutions Centrality has to offer, and reconnecting with customers and friends from my previous role with another local IT solutions company.

What do you feel differentiates Centrality from other IT service providers?

The company culture and the way it promotes and grows fantastic work ethic, as well as the desire to give our customers the best in class service and solutions.

 

Where did you grow up / attend college?

I am a native of New Albany Indiana where I have lived and attended Indiana University Southeast.  I did however spend four years in the USAF Seymour Johnson AFB.

 

Before Centrality, what was your professional background?

My professional background is very diverse, with over 23 years of sales experience in several types of industries from Hospitality Cleaning supplies, Industrial gas supplies to IT solution selling.

What do you enjoy outside of work?

As a formal track and field athlete I still continue to stay very active in the physical fitness gym and I greatly enjoy cycling on the weekends which is typically 25-45 mile rides on country roads. Something interesting others might not know about me is that when in middle school I won the Indiana state cross country meet for 7th grade. I was able to follow that up with a top ten record for New Albany High School in the 1600M run with a 4:36 split.