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6/1/2009 6:13 PM
 
"When it comes to people's abilities, there's poor, fair, good, great, super great...and Jim Corley. Jim was beyond great. He related very well to customers. He answered their questions correctly and got them set up superbly...but most of all...when he left a customer's site after training their people the people he trained remembered and understood what he had shown them. We dealt with thousands of radio stations. In other words, all types: Great, good, fair, poor. When Jim worked with them, they all were better for the time he spent with them. I can honestly say we never had a complaint about Jim or his work. I had field techs numbering 25 to 50 over the years and Jim was definitely in the top. I can think of about 2-3 that were approximately as good. They don't come any better!"

--Dave Scott, CEO, Founder, Scott Studios Corp.
http://ss32support.com

After over 19 years of experience working in the day-to-day operations of radio stations across Texas, Jim Corley began working for Scott Studios in 1996 as a support technician. For six years, he provided support via phone, remote desktop, email, instant messaging, and in person. During this time, he traveled across the United States and Mexico, installing systems and conducting on site training seminars for station staff. When dMarc Broadcasting purchased the Scott Studios Automation System in 2002, Jim Corley’s intimate familiarity with the SS32 system had garnered him the position of senior technician, a position he maintained while mentoring the technical support team under dMarc.

The depth of his experience led to his involvement in training and software development when, in 2006, Google Inc. purchased the Scott Studios Automation System from dMarc. In addition to providing third-tier support, Jim Corley created training curriculum for clients and staff members, created and conducted WebEx demonstrations for the Google Audio client base, and voiced training videos for the new V6 product. Because of his experience, he assisted the QA and Development teams throughout the software testing process to ensure the product met the practical needs of the broadcast industry.

After Google’s exit from the radio automation industry in 2009, Jim Corley founded Corley Technical Services in order to bring his three decades plus of radio and broadcast automation experience directly to his clients. SS32 Support was created to focus on one important thing: quality support at affordable prices.
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