Quincy Faison

Quincy Faison is the founder and president of Netsirk Technologies, Inc., a business management software provider and Netsirk Global Finance, a business finance solution provider. Both are headquartered in Sunrise, Florida. Faison is responsible for providing strategic direction to all of Netsirk's business units including Sales & Marketing, Professional Services and End User Support. Prior to founding Netsirk Technologies, Inc., Faison spent his career with IBM.Mr. Faison sits on the board of LSC Distributors and Florida Marine Products, Inc. He is an active member of several local charities including the “Deliver the Dream” Foundation. He graduated from Bucknell University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He can be reached at qsf@netsirktechnologies.com.

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