Read our interview with Tim Moran of TSC Printronix Auto ID as we spotlight employees that have a positive impact on our products, services, and customers
Staff: How long have you worked for TSC Printronix Auto ID?
Tim Moran: I have been with TSC Printronix Auto ID for about a year and have been in the industry for 26 years. My background is in AIDC and network infrastructure. My experience in both the enterprise and mid-market space has been a huge benefit to understanding and managing complex projects and rollouts.
Staff: What is your role with the company?
TM: I am the National Accounts Manager for the Central and Eastern United States. My customers are large enterprise organizations, primarily Fortune 500 companies. My position requires a lot of listening, learning, and project management. This is where TSC Printronix Auto ID really sets itself apart from other competitors. We are able to provide customers access and support from the best minds in the thermal label printing business.
Staff: What is the most rewarding part of your job?
TM: Creating happy customers! Like most salespeople, my goal is to build lasting, value-based relationships. I particularly enjoy working with partners and customers to create unique solutions for challenging applications. Being able to leverage and utilize the talent and capability of our engineering team ensures that every customer gets the attention they deserve. It is very rewarding to provide customers with a solution that will improve their productivity and help them to be more successful.
Staff: What do you like best about working for TSC Printronix Auto ID?
TM: The people. I learn something new every day. The level of talent within the organization and the willingness to share that knowledge is pretty unique. Examples being Ken Chou, Director of Engineering and Bill Brown, Application Engineer. They are literally printing wizards. Their talent for solving problems and creating unique solutions never ceases to amaze me. Everyone at TSC Printronix Auto ID takes pride in their work and is willing to go the extra mile to help the customer.
Staff: What is something people don’t know about you?
TM: I play the violin. I not very good at it, but I enjoy it. I started playing the violin when I was in grammar school and still play a bit. I got away from it for 20 plus years, but recently picked it back up again. At first, I wasn’t sure I would remember how to play, but it’s just like riding bike – it comes back to you.