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ABOUT US
HISTORY
The founders of PremiseLink have been providing nationwide technology deployment and installation solutions since 1996 when Kevin Donnelly founded Speed Wire, a national technology deployment services firm based out of New York. Speed Wire was consistently at the forefront of deploying emerging technologies and was driven by a customer-first perspective. Speed Wire was acquired by a competitor ultimately creating the largest technology fulfillment services company in the United States. Kevin, along with his partner John Dewoski, decided to launch PremiseLink to focus on the support of the rapidly growing mobile device repair services industry. Today, PremiseLink supports a wide range of technologies and consistently finds itself on the leading edge of tech support services - enabling industry game changers to grow their businesses.
TEAM
PremiseLink’s leadership team draws on decades of experience in the technology deployment services industry which has reinforced our leaders' knowledge of how they can best add value. Our firm grasp on strategic project planning and reporting, efficient recruiting, and “whatever it takes work ethic “ leads to outstanding outcomes for our customers deployment and service programs.

Both Kevin Donnelly (Co-Founder/CEO) and John Dewoski (Co-Founder/President) have spent 20+ years working in the tech field, expanding and solidifying their technology services experience and knowledge-base. During their tenure, they built a large clientele by staying ahead of technology trends as well as focusing on business innovation, and by keeping the customer’s goals in focus at all times. Our team knows what's important to you - having professional, highly-skilled technicians available to you when and where you need them.
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Kevin Donnelly - Co-Founder/CEO

Kevin DonnellyKevin is an entrepreneurial leader with expertise in high growth businesses. His areas of expertise include sales/business development, operations management, high volume recruiting, training program development, company culture and team building. He was the founder and CEO of Speed Wire, a New York based national technology deployment and services firm specialized in wired and wireless networks, broadband services, telecommunications, network cabling, security technology, and smart home/connected home services. Speed Wire’s largest customers included industry leaders such as AT&T, Verizon, and ADT. Speed Wire was acquired by Miami, FL based MasTec (NYSE:MTZ) in 2014. At the time of sale, Speed Wire was the largest provider of outsourced security & smart home services in the nation with over 600 employees in 38 cities. Prior to founding Speed Wire, Kevin held management positions at Morgan Stanley & Co. as well as Open Access Systems Corporation.

Kevin services on the Advisory Board of the Technology Incubator @ Queens College (TIQC). He is also a past Chapter Chair and current board member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) Long Island Chapter, the world’s leading CEO peer-to-peer advisory group, as well as a previous member of the Entrepreneurs Organization (EO). Kevin holds a BS in Finance from Providence College (‘91).

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John Dewoski - Co-Founder/President

John DewoskiJohn is an entrepreneur, attorney, and business consultant who has specialized over the years in providing strategic business, operations, and legal guidance to companies that are experiencing or planning for significant growth or transition, or seeking to solve roadblocks to scaling the organizaiton. Prior to founding PremiseLink, John was Vice President of Security Support Operations at MasTec, a company that maintained a force of over 900 security technicians in over 30 different states and in approximately 75 locations. In his role, John engaged in all aspects of the security business including licensing, recruiting, staffing, resource management, financial planning, and operations.

Prior to his position at MasTec AT, Mr. Dewoski served as General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Operating Officer for Speed Wire Inc. During his tenure, Speed Wire experienced dramatic 10 x growth as well as a successful sale to MasTec. John holds a BS from Albright College and a JD from the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center at Touro College.

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Scott Gurley - Executive Vice President

Scott GurleyScott spent 6 years with MasTec Advanced Technology and was Director of Business Development. During his tenure, MasTec successfully developed a new revenue channels including IoT technology deployment and fulfillment services. Scott was as part of the executive management team at Speed Wire, Inc. Speed Wire’s revenue grew 5x during Scott’s tenure and culminated with MasTec’s purchase of Speed Wire in April 2014.

Prior to Speed Wire, Scott was the Senior Vice President of Business Development at Xanboo, which was ultimately acquired by AT&T creating the basis for their Digital Life platform. Scott also had an important role as Group Director of Home Health Services for ADT Security Services, where he grew the Personal Response Systems (PERS) segment into a nationally marketed program with unprecedented growth in both revenue and profit. Scott had complete responsibility for marketing, sales, billing, customer service and monitoring with employees in all of ADT’s US markets. Companion Services - a traditional Personal Emergency Response System, and QuietCare - an innovative Activities of Daily Living system/platform, became a standard offering for all ADT branches through Scott’s leadership.

Scott was the founder of 2 successful security companies in the mid 80’s and 90’s – Emergency Networks and Protection Networks. Emergency Networks was the first company to mass-market security systems and grew to 38 branch offices in 14 states with 2,500 employees, a fleet of 700 service vehicles and at it’s peak installed in excess of 10,000 new alarm systems per month. Protection Networks was a Florida based company with 5 branch locations and was purchased by ADT in 2000.

Scott earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Arkansas. He resides in Austin Texas, is happily married, and has a son and a daughter. In his free time Scott enjoys travel, golf and all sports in general.

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Josette Drohan - VP of Operations and Finance

Josette DrohanJosette is Premise Link’s VP of Operations and Finance and has been with the company since its’ inception. Josette manages all Operations for our Mobile Device Repair Division in addition to overseeing all financial, administrative and human resource activities for the company. With 20+ years of experience in management, Josette would best be described as PremiseLink's utility player. Josette’s career has included key leadership roles at ADLI supermarkets, Speed Wire, Inc, Sportography and Innovative Consulting Services (ICS).

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Joe Garrett - Director, Field/Security Operations

Joe GarretWith 30 years of managing technology deployments, Joe is experienced in all aspects of home, corporate, enterprise, and retail technology deployment. Proven skills in developing, training, integrating, documenting, and supporting delivery of a broad range of IP-based technology and security solutions. Talented at identifying and tracking core KPIs to maximize efficiency. Responsive and accessible to customers, managers, support teams, and direct reports to ensure rapid response and decisive action.

Joe spent several decades in senior leadership roles at industry leading companies such as Speed Wire, MasTec, FlexTek Resources, and Creative Realities, Inc (CRI). Joe has an Associate’s Degree in Computer Science from Kilgore College. In his free time Joe enjoys the great outdoors on his ranch in Texas.

ABOUT US
HISTORY
TThe founders of PremiseLink have been providing nationwide technology deployment and installation solutions since 1996 when Kevin Donnelly founded Speed Wire, a national technology deployment services firm based out of New York. Speed Wire was consistently at the forefront of deploying emerging technologies and was driven by a customer-first perspective. Speed Wire was acquired by a competitor ultimately creating the largest technology fulfillment services company in the United States. Kevin, along with his partner John Dewoski, decided to launch PremiseLink to focus on the support of the rapidly growing mobile device repair services industry. Today, PremiseLink supports a wide range of technologies and consistently finds itself on the leading edge of tech support services - enabling industry game changers to grow their businesses.
TEAM
PremiseLink’s leadership team draws on decades of experience in the technology deployment services industry which has reinforced our leaders' knowledge of how they can best add value. Our firm grasp on strategic project planning and reporting, efficient recruiting, and “whatever it takes work ethic “ leads to outstanding outcomes for our customers deployment and service programs.

Both Kevin Donnelly (Co-Founder/CEO) and John Dewoski (Co-Founder/President) have spent 20+ years working in the tech field, expanding and solidifying their technology services experience and knowledge-base. During their tenure, they built a large clientele by staying ahead of technology trends as well as focusing on business innovation, and by keeping the customer’s goals in focus at all times. Our team knows what's important to you - having professional, highly-skilled technicians available to you when and where you need them.
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Where we serve.
Contiguous USA and Canadian Provinces
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Kevin Donnelly - Co-Founder/CEO

Kevin DonnellyKevin is an entrepreneurial leader with expertise in high growth businesses. His areas of expertise include sales/business development, operations management, high volume recruiting, training program development, company culture and team building. He was the founder and CEO of Speed Wire, a New York based national technology deployment and services firm specialized in wired and wireless networks, broadband services, telecommunications, network cabling, security technology, and smart home/connected home services. Speed Wire’s largest customers included industry leaders such as AT&T, Verizon, and ADT. Speed Wire was acquired by Miami, FL based MasTec (NYSE:MTZ) in 2014. At the time of sale, Speed Wire was the largest provider of outsourced security & smart home services in the nation with over 600 employees in 38 cities. Prior to founding Speed Wire, Kevin held management positions at Morgan Stanley & Co. as well as Open Access Systems Corporation.

Kevin services on the Advisory Board of the Technology Incubator @ Queens College (TIQC). He is also a past Chapter Chair and current board member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) Long Island Chapter, the world’s leading CEO peer-to-peer advisory group, as well as a previous member of the Entrepreneurs Organization (EO). Kevin holds a BS in Finance from Providence College (‘91).

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John Dewoski - Co-Founder/President

John DewoskiJohn is an entrepreneur, attorney, and business consultant who has specialized over the years in providing strategic business, operations, and legal guidance to companies that are experiencing or planning for significant growth or transition, or seeking to solve roadblocks to scaling the organizaiton. Prior to founding PremiseLink, John was Vice President of Security Support Operations at MasTec, a company that maintained a force of over 900 security technicians in over 30 different states and in approximately 75 locations. In his role, John engaged in all aspects of the security business including licensing, recruiting, staffing, resource management, financial planning, and operations.

Prior to his position at MasTec AT, Mr. Dewoski served as General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Operating Officer for Speed Wire Inc. During his tenure, Speed Wire experienced dramatic 10 x growth as well as a successful sale to MasTec. John holds a BS from Albright College and a JD from the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center at Touro College.

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Scott Gurley - Executive Vice President

Scott GurleyScott spent 6 years with MasTec Advanced Technology and was Director of Business Development. During his tenure, MasTec successfully developed a new revenue channels including IoT technology deployment and fulfillment services. Scott was as part of the executive management team at Speed Wire, Inc. Speed Wire’s revenue grew 5x during Scott’s tenure and culminated with MasTec’s purchase of Speed Wire in April 2014.

Prior to Speed Wire, Scott was the Senior Vice President of Business Development at Xanboo, which was ultimately acquired by AT&T creating the basis for their Digital Life platform. Scott also had an important role as Group Director of Home Health Services for ADT Security Services, where he grew the Personal Response Systems (PERS) segment into a nationally marketed program with unprecedented growth in both revenue and profit. Scott had complete responsibility for marketing, sales, billing, customer service and monitoring with employees in all of ADT’s US markets. Companion Services - a traditional Personal Emergency Response System, and QuietCare - an innovative Activities of Daily Living system/platform, became a standard offering for all ADT branches through Scott’s leadership.

Scott was the founder of 2 successful security companies in the mid 80’s and 90’s – Emergency Networks and Protection Networks. Emergency Networks was the first company to mass-market security systems and grew to 38 branch offices in 14 states with 2,500 employees, a fleet of 700 service vehicles and at it’s peak installed in excess of 10,000 new alarm systems per month. Protection Networks was a Florida based company with 5 branch locations and was purchased by ADT in 2000.

Scott earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Arkansas. He resides in Austin Texas, is happily married, and has a son and a daughter. In his free time Scott enjoys travel, golf and all sports in general.

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Josette Drohan - VP of Operations and Finance

Josette DrohanJosette is Premise Link’s VP of Operations and Finance and has been with the company since its’ inception. Josette manages all Operations for our Mobile Device Repair Division in addition to overseeing all financial, administrative and human resource activities for the company. With 20+ years of experience in management, Josette would best be described as PremiseLink's utility player. Josette’s career has included key leadership roles at ADLI supermarkets, Speed Wire, Inc, Sportography and Innovative Consulting Services (ICS).

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Joe Garrett - Director, Field/Security Operations

Joe GarretWith 30 years of managing technology deployments, Joe is experienced in all aspects of home, corporate, enterprise, and retail technology deployment. Proven skills in developing, training, integrating, documenting, and supporting delivery of a broad range of IP-based technology and security solutions. Talented at identifying and tracking core KPIs to maximize efficiency. Responsive and accessible to customers, managers, support teams, and direct reports to ensure rapid response and decisive action.

Joe spent several decades in senior leadership roles at industry leading companies such as Speed Wire, MasTec, FlexTek Resources, and Creative Realities, Inc (CRI). Joe has an Associate’s Degree in Computer Science from Kilgore College. In his free time Joe enjoys the great outdoors on his ranch in Texas.

ABOUT US
HISTORY
The founders of PremiseLink have been providing nationwide technology deployment and installation solutions since 1996 when Kevin Donnelly founded Speed Wire, a national technology deployment services firm based out of New York. Speed Wire was consistently at the forefront of deploying emerging technologies and was driven by a customer-first perspective. Speed Wire was acquired by a competitor ultimately creating the largest technology fulfillment services company in the United States. Kevin, along with his partner John Dewoski, decided to launch PremiseLink to focus on the support of the rapidly growing mobile device repair services industry. Today, PremiseLink supports a wide range of technologies and consistently finds itself on the leading edge of tech support services - enabling industry game changers to grow their businesses.
TEAM
PremiseLink’s leadership team draws on decades of experience in the technology deployment services industry which has reinforced our leaders' knowledge of how they can best add value. Our firm grasp on strategic project planning and reporting, efficient recruiting, and “whatever it takes work ethic “ leads to outstanding outcomes for our customers deployment and service programs.

Both Kevin Donnelly (Co-Founder/CEO) and John Dewoski (Co-Founder/President) have spent 20+ years working in the tech field, expanding and solidifying their technology services experience and knowledge-base. During their tenure, they built a large clientele by staying ahead of technology trends as well as focusing on business innovation, and by keeping the customer’s goals in focus at all times. Our team knows what's important to you - having professional, highly-skilled technicians available to you when and where you need them.
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Where we serve.
Contiguous USA and Canadian Provinces
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Kevin Donnelly
Co-Founder/CEO

Kevin DonnellyKevin is an entrepreneurial leader with expertise in high growth businesses. His areas of expertise include sales/business development, operations management, high volume recruiting, training program development, company culture and team building. He was the founder and CEO of Speed Wire, a New York based national technology deployment and services firm specialized in wired and wireless networks, broadband services, telecommunications, network cabling, security technology, and smart home/connected home services. Speed Wire’s largest customers included industry leaders such as AT&T, Verizon, and ADT. Speed Wire was acquired by Miami, FL based MasTec (NYSE:MTZ) in 2014. At the time of sale, Speed Wire was the largest provider of outsourced security & smart home services in the nation with over 600 employees in 38 cities. Prior to founding Speed Wire, Kevin held management positions at Morgan Stanley & Co. as well as Open Access Systems Corporation.

Kevin services on the Advisory Board of the Technology Incubator @ Queens College (TIQC). He is also a past Chapter Chair and current board member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) Long Island Chapter, the world’s leading CEO peer-to-peer advisory group, as well as a previous member of the Entrepreneurs Organization (EO). Kevin holds a BS in Finance from Providence College (‘91).

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John Dewoski
Co-Founder/President

John DewoskiJohn is an entrepreneur, attorney, and business consultant who has specialized over the years in providing strategic business, operations, and legal guidance to companies that are experiencing or planning for significant growth or transition, or seeking to solve roadblocks to scaling the organizaiton. Prior to founding PremiseLink, John was Vice President of Security Support Operations at MasTec, a company that maintained a force of over 900 security technicians in over 30 different states and in approximately 75 locations. In his role, John engaged in all aspects of the security business including licensing, recruiting, staffing, resource management, financial planning, and operations.

Prior to his position at MasTec AT, Mr. Dewoski served as General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Operating Officer for Speed Wire Inc. During his tenure, Speed Wire experienced dramatic 10 x growth as well as a successful sale to MasTec. John holds a BS from Albright College and a JD from the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center at Touro College.

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Scott Gurley
Executive Vice President

Scott GurleyScott spent 6 years with MasTec Advanced Technology and was Director of Business Development. During his tenure, MasTec successfully developed a new revenue channels including IoT technology deployment and fulfillment services. Scott was as part of the executive management team at Speed Wire, Inc. Speed Wire’s revenue grew 5x during Scott’s tenure and culminated with MasTec’s purchase of Speed Wire in April 2014.

Prior to Speed Wire, Scott was the Senior Vice President of Business Development at Xanboo, which was ultimately acquired by AT&T creating the basis for their Digital Life platform. Scott also had an important role as Group Director of Home Health Services for ADT Security Services, where he grew the Personal Response Systems (PERS) segment into a nationally marketed program with unprecedented growth in both revenue and profit. Scott had complete responsibility for marketing, sales, billing, customer service and monitoring with employees in all of ADT’s US markets. Companion Services - a traditional Personal Emergency Response System, and QuietCare - an innovative Activities of Daily Living system/platform, became a standard offering for all ADT branches through Scott’s leadership.

Scott was the founder of 2 successful security companies in the mid 80’s and 90’s – Emergency Networks and Protection Networks. Emergency Networks was the first company to mass-market security systems and grew to 38 branch offices in 14 states with 2,500 employees, a fleet of 700 service vehicles and at it’s peak installed in excess of 10,000 new alarm systems per month. Protection Networks was a Florida based company with 5 branch locations and was purchased by ADT in 2000.

Scott earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Arkansas. He resides in Austin Texas, is happily married, and has a son and a daughter. In his free time Scott enjoys travel, golf and all sports in general.

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Josette Drohan
VP of Operations and Finance

Josette DrohanJosette is Premise Link’s VP of Operations and Finance and has been with the company since its’ inception. Josette manages all Operations for our Mobile Device Repair Division in addition to overseeing all financial, administrative and human resource activities for the company. With 20+ years of experience in management, Josette would best be described as PremiseLink's utility player. Josette’s career has included key leadership roles at ADLI supermarkets, Speed Wire, Inc, Sportography and Innovative Consulting Services (ICS).

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Joe Garrett
Director, Field/Security Operations

Joe GarretWith 30 years of managing technology deployments, Joe is experienced in all aspects of home, corporate, enterprise, and retail technology deployment. Proven skills in developing, training, integrating, documenting, and supporting delivery of a broad range of IP-based technology and security solutions. Talented at identifying and tracking core KPIs to maximize efficiency. Responsive and accessible to customers, managers, support teams, and direct reports to ensure rapid response and decisive action.

Joe spent several decades in senior leadership roles at industry leading companies such as Speed Wire, MasTec, FlexTek Resources, and Creative Realities, Inc (CRI). Joe has an Associate’s Degree in Computer Science from Kilgore College. In his free time Joe enjoys the great outdoors on his ranch in Texas.

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