Steve Guller, President

steve-guller-warnerSteve Guller is the president of Warner Communications and a member of the company’s board of directors.

Steve has been with Warner Communications since 1994, and is an accomplished business leader with twenty-five years of wireless and two-way radio communication industry knowledge and relationships.

In his current role he spearheads the company’s strategic growth and expansion initiatives. As Warner Communications President he is responsible for setting the company’s long-term strategic direction, building a scalable business model, managing business partnerships, and pursuing investment strategies that will enhance the company’s portfolio of services, strengthen its market position, offer clients greater value, and ensure the company’s continued success.

Steve is a two-way radio and security technology industry veteran who is well-versed in legacy as well as next generation trends and technologies. He regularly attends regional and national conferences, partners with equipment manufacturers and software developers, consults with clients, and follows regulatory authorities to keep Warner Communications on the cutting edge.

When Steve started working for Warner Communications in 1994 he served in a variety of sales, marketing, and operational leadership positions. Throughout his tenure he improved the company by introducing best practices, adding key employees, forming strong vendor relationships, and expanding into new markets. Prior to joining the company he worked in the cellular industry where he first learned about many of the technical challenges and market dynamics still inherent in the wireless communication sector today.

Steve attended the University of Missouri (Mizzou) where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree. He is actively involved in the two-way communication and security technology industries as well as in the business communities in St. Louis, Benton (MO), Sparta, and Trenton (IL).

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