Now days it seems like all services are so specific that a business has to deal with multiple companies or one Larger company to get things done.
Working with multiple companies creates a silo environment and forces the business that often doesn't have the time or expertise to manage the vendors.
Working with a larger company is more efficient, but lacks in flexibility or affordability.
SiteTrustee was created to offer efficient website management services to small to medium business that truly need the support to make their websites function as intended.
Our services have taken a comprehensive approach integrating with the specific vendors and managing the connection and communication between them.
Jason Wade is a Georgia native whose interest in business started with at the age of 13 (when he started his first business) and in technology in 1981 (with his first computer). Over the years Jason has married his love of business with his passion for technology. The first practical application of this concept happened in 1989 at Gulfstream Aerospace, where as a college co-op student, he was on the team that reviewed paper-based information systems and automated them. In the early 90s at Stone and Webster, Jason automated the proposal and contracting process.
In 1995 Jason shifted his interest to the internet, learning HTML and ColdFusion. For the next 6 years Jason created multiple websites for businesses. In 2000 Jason was part of a development team taking Ernst and Young’s client-server technology and turning it into a web-based international auditing application. In 2003 Jason joined Jill in creating Excelovation, moving more into the Online Marketing area with heavy support for development.Jason has been a member of the Atlanta ColdFusion Users Group and was on the board of directors in 2008.
Jason has been a member of PowerCore, a close contact networking group since 1987. Jason is an Eagle Scout.
Jill Pullen is an Atlanta native whose career has spanned advertising, sales and marketing, technical consulting and business management.
Jill is a board member and Past President of Atlanta Women’s Network, and was the creative mind behind WomenUp in 2007, 2008 and 2009. WomenUP was AWN’s annual celebration of women’s history month. She is the author and producer of three dramatic presentations performed at the Atlanta History Center and the Fox Theatre’s Egyptian Ballroom for the Atlanta Women’s Network.
She has been a dedicated volunteer for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life since 2003 and served as Event Chair for the DeKalb County Adams Stadium Relay For Life in 2009 and 2010, and again in 2014.