Jose Garcia

Developer and Customer Support Engineer

José’s biggest passion in life is his family. When he isn’t supporting and maintaining websites for Jerram, he is out taking his son and daughter to circuses, walks in the mountains and the many activities they’re enrolled in.
José has worked with Jerram since the beginning in 2006.  He is our resident expert in all things integrated, and spends most of his time creating connections from client websites to third-party systems, including CRM, syndicated content and real-time data feeds.

José also liaises directly with customers that need support and maintenance tasks – delivering rapid and exceptional quality customer interactions on a daily basis.

José has worked with Jerram since the beginning in 2006, and continues to deliver unwavering support into the early hours. He lives and works in Salta Argentina, is a keen family man, and loves to drive to the local mountain range on the weekends.

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