The Davenport Companies Name New Vice-President/Information Technology

Steven Hiersche, Jr. is promoted...
Steven Hiersche, Jr., VP of Information Technology at The Davenport Companies (Courtesy photo)

The Davenport Companies in South Yarmouth have promoted Steven Hiersche Jr. to Vice President/Information Technology.

In his three years as Information Technology Director, Hiersche elevated the technological capabilities of The Davenport Companies’ diverse portfolio to new levels in the fast-moving environment of cyber security and compliance.

Hiersche has led extensive upgrades to networking, resort WiFi and telephone systems. He has also been instrumental in vendor and information technology management for 16 companies under the umbrella of The Davenport Companies.

“Steve has ensured that we remain on the cutting edge of technological developments impacting all of our businesses,” said Paul Rumul, President of The Davenport Companies.

“His leadership in our technology needs, including PCI and HIPA compliance issues, has been invaluable to our ongoing operations. Steve’s promotion to Vice President/Information Technology is a result of his tireless dedication that keeps all of our companies ahead of the technology curve,” said Rumul.

“I can’t imagine working for a better company and a better family than The Davenport Companies,” said Hiersche.

“Not only have they believed in what my team has accomplished, but they continue to support our efforts to push the technology needle; to become a stronger and smarter and more secure workforce,” he said.

Hiersche is a long-time resident of Plymouth, where he lives with wife, Mary, and daughter, Charlotte. His parents are long-time residents of Cape Cod.

The Davenport Companies, established in 1956, is a fourth-generation family-owned business employing over 1,300 people at more than a dozen companies throughout New England. Its industries include resorts, assisted living, residential and commercial construction and leasing, fencing, golf course ownership and self-storage among others.

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