Team Member Profile: Will Allison | Blog | Sevaa Group
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Welcome to the team, Will! Will is joining our growing team as the Director of Sales. More than sales, Will interacts with each part of our operation to find areas where we can strategize and improve. Already he’s published a case study on our remote technology initiative with Buckhead Christian Ministry. Here’s a quick take on Will’s favorite things and what he’s looking forward to most at Sevaa Group. You can reach out to him on LinkedIn.

What’s your current role with Sevaa Group? What do you do on a day to day basis?

My role at Sevaa Group is Director of Sales. I live day-to-day at the intersection of technology and our clients’ business needs. My primary focus is providing an exceptional client experience for Sevaa Group’s trusted partners.

How did you get into the web-hosting field?

I started my career as a Network Engineer nearly 15 years ago. I have spent the last 10 years as a Strategic Advisor for highly-regulated, technology-focused institutions. I have developed a passion for solving client business problems using best-in-class technology and consulting, which was a natural fit with the mission statement at Sevaa Group.

What are you most looking forward to at Sevaa?

I am most excited about an opportunity to work with the close-knit, exceptionally talented team at Sevaa Group.

Before working at Sevaa, what was the most unusual job you’ve ever had?

Sportbike Race License Instructor!

Rapid-Fire Questions

  • Favorite Movie?
    • Chasing Amy
  • Favorite Book?
    • Survivor by Chuck Palahniuk
  • Favorite Food?
    • Steak Dinner
  • Coolest tech gizmo you own?
    • Currently a Playstation 5
  • What’s on your Spotify playlist?
    • Atlanta Rhythm Section, Steely Dan, Depeche Mode, Tears for Fears
  • Hobbies?
    • DIY Arcade Cabinets, Motorcycle Track Days, Cycling.
  • One word to describe you?
    • Driven

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