Meet Key Players of the Team Working for You
Jack started Acteon Networks in 1992 after working in the industry for over 9 years. Starting off as a technician, he knows the industry facets from programming a system all the way through to project management. In addition to running daily business procedures and policies, allocating budgets, and planning operational & sales directives, Jack continues to enjoy the sales process with existing and new clients.
Charitable Endeavors: Light up a Life – a Holiday Light Show sponsored by Acteon Networks that gives back to local charities each year from its donations Board Member of Old York Road Country Club Member of Fort Washington Business Alliance
Michael came on as a partner for Acteon Networks in 1993 after working in the industry for over 9 years. Starting off as a technician, he has been working on NEC Communication Systems for over 30 years. As the leader of Acteon’s Operations Department, Mike is tasked with planning and executing technician policy and procedures, scheduling training roadmaps for technicians, and overseeing customer service with service order response times, customer satisfaction rates and guidelines.
Dennis has been with Acteon for 17 years. He is a expert web programmer/IT specialist. Some of the many integral duties that Denis performs for our office and our customers are data analysis, custom reports development, customer support, web portal maintenance and internal IT support.
Stacy started at Acteon in 1994 in cellular sales. Over the next year she tasked herself with learning every aspect of the telecom business. By the end of 1995, Stacy was handling most of the billing for the company and has been manning that post, along with customer service, ever since.
Stacy is married (to Acteon salesman, Denny Rue) and has three boys. She is a proud ice hockey mom and a the youngest sister of the company’s owners.
Betty began her Communications Career at Sprint Communications in Center City Philadelphia and then continued in the Telecommunications Equipment field with NEC and Siemens in Huntingdon Valley and then in Marlton, New Jersey for approximately ten years as Project Manager for Installations in the Operations Department.
For more than 25 years since that time she has been in Communications Sales selling NEC Systems exclusively. She excels in the Medical, Education K-12, and Higher Education, and in the Technical industries. Her focus in sales has always been to be a good listener and she continues to lead in that practice with every current and new customer. From engineering to sales to product management, Betty views her position as a working together with our Customers to listen to their needs, so that she can provide and design the right product with the right tools for them.
Denny joined the Acteon family in 2000 when he began on the cable installation, technical side of the business. Last summer Denny moved to the other side of the operations when he took over as the accounts manager and sales. He still helps with installation on jobs that can benefit from his design and service expertise.
Denny is married to Acteon’s billing manager, Stacy Rue. They have three boys. In Denny’s “spare time,” he’s the President of the Old York Road Raiders’ Youth Ice Hockey Club.
Phil has been in the telecommunications business since 1977. His skill and dedication is unmatched in the industry. He has in-depth knowledge on IP networks and all NEC systems. He concentrates in full IP deployments and advanced applications, such as remote IP configurations, enterprise deployments with remote sites, advanced voice mail applications with presence, mobility, contact centers, and deployments of IP software based communication platforms. Integrating with Active Directory and Microsoft Office is a key strength in Phil’s capabilities.
Jason joined Acteon in 2010 as a data technician. When he isn’t flying around the lower 48 setting up commercial installation jobs, he’s heading the effort for the Light up a Life charity as one of the lead lighting engineers, spending precious moments with his three children, and donating his time helping to run the Fox Chase Youth Roller Hockey program.