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Some good tips for interior designers.. everything from Google testing paint colors to access floors for hiding cables and wires.

#google #netfloorusa #accessfloor  
A list of actionable tips and advice of how you can improve your office space and increase your team's productivity and overall satisfaction.
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An article everyone who works in an office, regardless of industry, could benefit from!
A list of actionable tips and advice of how you can improve your office space and increase your team's productivity and overall satisfaction.
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Should a Tech Startup Use an Access Floor? | Would a Tech Firm Benefit From Access Flooring? We got a call the other day from a tech startup firm. It was pretty exciting, because I had actually heard of their product (it's a new app/software package) a few weeks ago. I thought to myself: "This is cool! These guys are on the cutting edge!" | Access Floor, Command Center, Floor Finishes
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Top 5 Weirdest Bacteria Found in a Hospital's HVAC System

We took 10 samples (Bacteria and Mold) from inside a custom air handling unit that serves an operating room at a major U.S. hospital.

These are the 5 weirdest bacteria we found:

1) Alcaligenes faecalis: As you can guess from its name, it was first discovered living in feces. It's weird to know it's living inside an air conditioning unit, especially one in a hospital. It's actually a fairly harmless bacteria, but it can cause urinary tract infections. And besides, found in feces? Gross.

2) Leifsonia aquaticum: If you thought bacteria found in poop was weird, how about this one? Leifsonia bacteria are typically associated with infections of sugarcane (as in the stuff that makes granulated sugar). So how exactly did it get into the ventilation system of an air handling unit?

It is also found in other places, but it needs special conditions to really thrive, as in, tropical conditions. Not something you would expect at a hospital.

3) Pseudomonas oryzihabitans: Ok. Pseudomonas. That rings a bell. While this particular bacteria isn't as harmful as some of its Pseudomona cousins, it is an opportunistic bacteria that can infect immuno-compromised patients or people using catheters or IVs; just the types of patients you would find in a hospital.

Read the rest of the story: http://www.monman.com/top-5-weird-bacteria-hiding-inside-your-hospital

#HVAC #MonMan #Bacteria #Flu  
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Top 5 Weirdest Bacteria Found in a Hospital's HVAC System

We took 10 samples (Bacteria and Mold) from inside a custom air handling unit that serves an operating room at a major U.S. hospital.

These are the 5 weirdest bacteria we found:

1) Alcaligenes faecalis: As you can guess from its name, it was first discovered living in feces. It's weird to know it's living inside an air conditioning unit, especially one in a hospital. It's actually a fairly harmless bacteria, but it can cause urinary tract infections. And besides, found in feces? Gross.

2) Leifsonia aquaticum: If you thought bacteria found in poop was weird, how about this one? Leifsonia bacteria are typically associated with infections of sugarcane (as in the stuff that makes granulated sugar). So how exactly did it get into the ventilation system of an air handling unit?

It is also found in other places, but it needs special conditions to really thrive, as in, tropical conditions. Not something you would expect at a hospital.

3) Pseudomonas oryzihabitans: Ok. Pseudomonas. That rings a bell. While this particular bacteria isn't as harmful as some of its Pseudomona cousins, it is an opportunistic bacteria that can infect immuno-compromised patients or people using catheters or IVs; just the types of patients you would find in a hospital.

Read the rest of the story: http://www.monman.com/top-5-weird-bacteria-hiding-inside-your-hospital


#HVAC #Flu #Bacteria #MonMan  
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How to Sell Boring Products
Show of hands: How many of you actually think your customers love you?

Not in the "I'm going to leave my wife and run off with you" way, but really, truly care about you?

Sure, they go to lunch with you, play golf and go fishing, but stop a moment a think of who usually ends up paying.

Don't get your feelings hurt; business is business.

When it comes to technical sales, we're usually selling the products and services that make things run. The magic behind the curtain that the general public never sees, much less thinks about.

In a way, we're the unsung heroes. Heroes usually have it rough, especially when they're trying to sell a new product in a new territory.

With that being said, we've compiled a short list of keys to boosting your sales, even if you sell a boring product:


Read the rest: http://www.monman.com/how-win-technical-sales
#sales #marketing #monman  
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LOL- Yes, the delicious part is after all the hard work... and you get the order!
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Some good tips for interior designers.. everything from Google testing paint colors to access floors for hiding cables..

#accessfloors #google #netfloorusa  
A list of actionable tips and advice of how you can improve your office space and increase your team's productivity and overall satisfaction.
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Ryan Hulland
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An article everyone who works in an office, regardless of industry, could benefit from!
A list of actionable tips and advice of how you can improve your office space and increase your team's productivity and overall satisfaction.
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It's pretty cool being quote in an article! Grinning from ear to ear!
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Tons of easy suggestions of ways to save money around the house (or around the business).
A list of simple, yet effective household money saving tips you should start using today and save a few thousand dollars in just one year.
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Top 5 Weirdest Bacteria Found in a Hospital's HVAC System

We took 10 samples (Bacteria and Mold) from inside a custom air handling unit that serves an operating room at a major U.S. hospital.

These are the 5 weirdest bacteria we found:

1) Alcaligenes faecalis: As you can guess from its name, it was first discovered living in feces. It's weird to know it's living inside an air conditioning unit, especially one in a hospital. It's actually a fairly harmless bacteria, but it can cause urinary tract infections. And besides, found in feces? Gross.

2) Leifsonia aquaticum: If you thought bacteria found in poop was weird, how about this one? Leifsonia bacteria are typically associated with infections of sugarcane (as in the stuff that makes granulated sugar). So how exactly did it get into the ventilation system of an air handling unit?

It is also found in other places, but it needs special conditions to really thrive, as in, tropical conditions. Not something you would expect at a hospital.

3) Pseudomonas oryzihabitans: Ok. Pseudomonas. That rings a bell. While this particular bacteria isn't as harmful as some of its Pseudomona cousins, it is an opportunistic bacteria that can infect immuno-compromised patients or people using catheters or IVs; just the types of patients you would find in a hospital.

Read the rest of the story: http://www.monman.com/top-5-weird-bacteria-hiding-inside-your-hospital

#HVAC   #MonMan #Bacteria #Healthcare #Flu  
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How to Sell Boring Products
Show of hands: How many of you actually think your customers love you?

Not in the "I'm going to leave my wife and run off with you" way, but really, truly care about you?

Sure, they go to lunch with you, play golf and go fishing, but stop a moment a think of who usually ends up paying.

Don't get your feelings hurt; business is business.

When it comes to technical sales, we're usually selling the products and services that make things run. The magic behind the curtain that the general public never sees, much less thinks about.

In a way, we're the unsung heroes. Heroes usually have it rough, especially when they're trying to sell a new product in a new territory.

With that being said, we've compiled a short list of keys to boosting your sales, even if you sell a boring product:


Read the rest: http://www.monman.com/how-win-technical-sales
#sales #marketing #monman  
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How to Sell Boring Products
Show of hands: How many of you actually think your customers love you?

Not in the "I'm going to leave my wife and run off with you" way, but really, truly care about you?

Sure, they go to lunch with you, play golf and go fishing, but stop a moment a think of who usually ends up paying.

Don't get your feelings hurt; business is business.

When it comes to technical sales, we're usually selling the products and services that make things run. The magic behind the curtain that the general public never sees, much less thinks about.

In a way, we're the unsung heroes. Heroes usually have it rough, especially when they're trying to sell a new product in a new territory.

With that being said, we've compiled a short list of keys to boosting your sales, even if you sell a boring product:


Read the rest: http://www.monman.com/how-win-technical-sales
#sales #marketing #monman  
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Nice to meet you too :)
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Results Achiever: Marketing, Sales and Business Development of HVAC, Power and Industrial Systems
Introduction
I'm proud to have worked for MonMan for so long (nearly a decade). It's unusual to find a company so dedicated to quality, customer support and integrity, and when you find it, you do everything you can to stay there and be a part of its growth.

I am a problem solver, and specialize in HVAC, Electrical and IT systems, especially in the Mission Critical, Data Center, Industrial and Healthcare industries.

I am always looking for ways to "get the pieces to fit" in a better, faster, more efficient way, and I bring that mindset to my customers.

The best part of my job is seeing that smile on a customer's face when they realize that, yes, there still are some great companies out there that believe in fantastic customer service and a useful product or service at a price that makes sense.

Specialties: Data Center Cooling, Data Center Power, Systems Monitoring, Indoor Air Quality, Systems Integration.

Data Centers:
I've been around long enough to have seen the inside of some great legacy data centers, but am still excited to be at the forefront of developing technologies. I'm a firm believer in studying the past; learning from missteps and successes alike. I've seen what works and what doesn't when it comes to data center cooling and power, and I enjoy mixing that with the next generation of design, equipment and operations to provide our clients with a fantastic experience.
Bragging rights
The multi-colored background on my profile is my own design, so, that, I guess?
Education
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    Growth and Developmental Economics, 2002 - 2006
Work
Occupation
HVAC, Power and Industrial Systems Marketing, Sales and Business Development
Skills
Data Centers, Contract Negotiation, Sales Management, UPS Systems, New Business Development, Market Entry, Raised Access Floor, International Market Entry, Capital Raising, IT Management
Employment
  • MonMan
    VP, present
    Manage Operations, Sales, Marketing and Customer Service aspects of MonMan. Emphasis on fostering a successful environment of: team building, ongoing employee training, high levels of customer support, and, above all, integrity an honesty. Responsible for evaluating market and industry conditions, consulting with customers, developing deep relationships with stakeholders, and creating and implementing a long term vision of growth, quality and integrity.
  • Netfloor USA
    Director of Business Development, 2013 - present
  • WB Moore Company of Charlotte
    Consulting Project Manager - Electrical Commissioning, 2008 - 2010
    Working on an $800+ Million high rise building project, I worked with project managers, engineers, superintendents, subcontractors and the general contractor/construction manager teams to help manage the electrical systems testing of a $100 Million mission critical electrical system that supports a major financial institution's critical infrastructure. Duties included: Creating RFPs, soliciting bids, evaluating bids, scheduling, coordination, supervision, data collection, reporting and close out.
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