Wichita, KS – Imaging Office Systems, an Indiana-based technology company, is pleased to announce the hiring of Angie Mock as a data management consultant. Imaging Office Systems delivers fully scalable data management, digital transformation, and cloud services solutions to a wide range of business customers, and Mock will be responsible for surveying and assessing clients’ pain points in order to determine solutions that will help them run their businesses more efficiently
Mock pivots to Imaging Office Systems from a career in broadcast journalism, where she was a news anchor at TVstations in Oklahoma City and St. Louis and a sports anchor in Missoula, Mont. She also served in an account management role at CrossChx (now OliveAI), which develops artificial intelligence-powered workflow solutions for healthcare clients. In addition, she worked as an account executive at Transfirst and as a regional account manager for Security Card Services. Mock will work out of Imaging Office Systems’ Wichita office.
“I enjoy building trust and relationships with people, and I’ve found that skillset to be essential in the process of helping clients solve their most pressing business and data management challenges. There is nothing more gratifying than when your client not only trusts you, but feels safe knowing our team is on the job, says Mock.
“I have always loved technology, even as a kid growing up. I remember setting up my family’s VCR and watching their faces light up. After I decided to leave TV, I knew I would pursue software sales in some capacity. Imaging Office Systems was a great fit for me because of their philosophy, capabilities, product line, and the people—I feel lucky to work with this crew. We don’t just sell you a product, we truly care about the service we provide, and we have the track record to prove it.”
Mock is originally from Rosemount, MN, and attended college at St. Cloud State University. Outside of work, she’s been heavily involved in a number of non-profit organizations, including The Go Red for St. Cloud State University Women Foundation (to help women prevent heart disease), Alzheimer’s Association, JDRF Foundation, American Diabetes Association, The
Adoption Exchange, Siteman Cancer Center, and St Jude Children’s Hospital. “I was honored and humbled to learn about people’s stories and enjoyed giving them a voice and inspiring people to give back,” adds Mock.
“Angie has all the tools and abilities you would want in someone tasked with tough task of going into a company and figuring out what they need to operate more efficiently and get the most value from their data,” says Barry Carr, national sales manager for Imaging Office Systems. “Business technology and software has come a long way, and we’re at an inflection point for its role in business. You don’t have to be a large corporation anymore to need or benefit from cloud-based computing and data management solutions. Literally everyone is getting in on it, and those who don’t will soon find themselves playing catch-up.”
In her free time, Mock enjoys running, hiking, skiing, biking, going to dinner with friends, concerts, fundraisers, watching all sporting events, and playing with her fur baby Copper.
About Imaging Office Systems
Imaging Office Systems is a 48-year-old, employee-owned technology company that focuses on solutions for data management, secure records storage, document scanning, and other professional services. Everything we do is based on the very simple philosophy that it’s the idea that matters. Our wealth of experience and deep expertise enables us to be creative and agile in developing custom-built solutions for our customers.