Prior to joining Lieberman Technologies, Karen worked in the IT industry for over 24 years, with companies such as AT&T and WOW, in positions varying from Sales Associate to VP of Sales and Marketing. Karen’s wide range of skills includes infrastructure design, project management, phone system design, and voice and data solutions. In focusing her energies on helping business owners design and implement a wide array of IT, voice, and data solutions, Karen helps companies meet their IT and infrastructure needs. What’s more, Karen is self-motivated, straightforward, honest, and outgoing, and freely admits to a strong weakness for shoes.
Recent Articles by Karen
Do you want your employees to communicate in a professional manner? A business phone system is designed for exactly that.
This is our list of things to look for in a business phone system. Business phones are still the most important communication tools your company will use.
Improving the phone system for the Evansville YMCA updated them from aging, broken phones into an easy to use, future-proof small business phone system. Our wholistic review of their 4 locations made sure we knew about all of the surprises and cabling needs in advance of the 90+ phone project.
Founded in 2008 by Holly Dunn Pendleton, Holly’s House is an advocacy center for adults and children who have been victims of intimate crimes. As a safe location where victims of intimate violence are interviewed and connected to community resources and services, Holly’s House serves as a place of empowerment and healing. The operations side of a non-profit is often unseen by
What if there was a company that could help you with all of your tech needs? If you’re starting a new business, upgrading your existing infrastructure, or moving your offices to a new location, you’ll want to work with a company that can provide you with a wide range of services to get you up and running quickly. High on your list
Non-profit organizations face an uphill battle for funding the most basic facets of their business – everything from office space to supplies to utilities to equipment is carefully scrutinized to determine if the expense involved is necessary. Organizations operating under a 501-3c status want to make sure that every penny is well-used in the effort of furthering their mission. And while some