As Professional Services Manager for Standley Systems, Danny manages a team of professionals that design, plan and execute the seamless deployment of solutions in Print & Imaging, Document Management, IT Infrastructure, and Managed Services, and ensures the helpdesk team is ready to provide timely, friendly support for any issues encountered by clients.
With 10 years of document management experience and over 20 years of experience in Information Technology, Danny’s skill set and experience has given him the ability to manage solution portfolios, design and deliver custom web applications and services for automation of data capture and print management, resulting in reduced operating costs and improved business processes. Among his certifications and expertise are PaperCut, Nuance AutoStore and Output Manager Administrator, Kofax Capture 10 Technical Solutions Specialist, Globalscan NX, Six Sigma Process improvement, Project Management, Business and Systems Analysis, Product Testing and Evaluation, Vendor and Resource Management, and Support Management.
Growing up in a military family, Danny lived in many military installations, including Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. After graduating from Dibble High School in Blanchard, Oklahoma, he joined the U.S. Navy and, while onboard the USS Kittyhawk, traveled to the Philippines, Kenya, Pakistan, Spain and France. After leaving the Navy, he navigated to information technology, creating a small consulting firm specializing in computer education and database development. He was recruited by Microsoft in 2000 to develop Advance Support training and returned to Oklahoma in 2010 to work for Canon Business Process Services.
When he isn’t working, Danny spends as much time as he can with his wife, Andrea, their three children and three grandchildren, Barrett, Ryan and Breelyn. Active in the Masonic Lodge in Blanchard and the Scottish Rite in Guthrie, he enjoys woodworking and model railroading. In their leisure time, you’ll find Danny and Andrea out on their Harley enjoying the countryside.