We only succeed when our clients succeed.
Cumulatively, our leadership team has managed thousands of employees and multimillion-dollar companies and projects, bringing that expertise to our clients. Through our experience, we have identified and established a foundation of scalable, repeatable processes and streamlined governance that serves as the simplified methodology used by Suryl today.
Our experience speaks for itself, but it is our relationships with our clients that truly drive our success. We have spent years successfully delivering excellent customer service and solutions to our clients, helping them simplify their technology needs and achieve their goals. Our passion for our work and serving others builds the trust that is needed to carry out our mission to ensure our clients thrive.
After a career developing alliances and working with partners, we have refined the client experience. It’s very important that our clients feel that we can anticipate their needs, are completely transparent and only win when they do.
Our leadership team is based in California and Oklahoma with our corporate headquarters in Oklahoma City. Suryl’s Global Operations Center is located in Oklahoma City with service technicians and leads across the country.
Throughout his career, Brian has helped customers save costs while improving customer service. By integrating technology and automation to create new solutions, he has saved customers $100s of millions of dollars over the past 20 years. A career highlight is the results he achieved for a Fortune 100 company, which consisted of streamlining processes for time to delivery of end-user components by more than 80 percent and reducing cost to procure by 90 percent. He also led an effort to develop a Fortune 70 company’s Data Center Modernization strategy and successful implementation. Brian has gained recognition by his peers for his work in the technology industry. He was named as a finalist in the OC Tech Alliance High Tech Awards for innovation in advanced remote PC restoration by implementing new technology to the market and was featured in the Faces of Innovation article in i3 Magazine by CEA.
Quinton is a retired major in the United States Marine Corps. He takes the same disciplined and strategic approach from his experience in the military to help customers find solutions and achieve success. He led the design, selection and implementation of a $30 million audio-visual and IT infrastructure package for Devon Energy Center in Oklahoma City, which comprises more than 1.8 million square feet of space. Another career accomplishment involved the development of a one-of-a-kind touchless field service dispatch system using AI to process thousands of field service dispatches per month. Additionally, Quinton designed and implemented field services mobility framework to put applications and data in the hands of field workers to improve decision making and accountability.