BarnTools welcomes Sterle as customer support specialist

Prior to joining, Sterle interned at National Pork Board, Kerns and Associates and New Fashion Pork.

June 22, 2022

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BarnTools is pleased to welcome Jake Sterle, MBA as customer support specialist. Sterle will report to the director of customer success and be a key contributor to BarnTools' support team through various activities, including inbound support inquiries, technical troubleshooting and general team scaling initiatives.
"I am very thankful to be working in an industry that has given so much to me. I am excited to be able to provide an amazing product and service to the producers of the agriculture industry," says Sterle. "I look forward to furthering my connections within BarnTools and within the agriculture industry."
A native of Roland, Iowa, Sterle completed an internship with the National Pork Board in International Marketing where he enhanced his understanding of foreign markets and engaged with producers and leaders across the swine industry. He also interned for Kerns and Associates, Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, and New Fashion Pork.
"We have been thoroughly impressed with Jake as a person and his experience, and we are excited to have him join BarnTools," says Michael Hansen, CEO and co-founder of BarnTools. "Jake's various internships and general upbringing in the livestock industry will be invaluable to our team."
Sterle recently graduated from Iowa State University with a master's in business administration and was concurrently enrolled in the Department of Animal Science and College of Business. He received his bachelor of science degree from Iowa State in animal science with a secondary major in international agriculture.
Based in Des Moines, Iowa, BarnTools provides next-generation, smart solutions for pork and poultry producers. With the BarnTalk wireless alarm system, the company provides growers and integrators with reliable monitoring, real-time visibility and data management that is affordable for every operation. 

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