TrueLook Makes Strategic New Hires as Company Advances

Leader in construction camera technology brings on three employees, including new operations manager.

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TrueLook, the only company that provides construction cameras combining live jobsite viewing, project time-lapsing, and HD security recording, has hired software engineer Jeff Harbert as their new operations manager as the company undergoes dynamic growth. He is one of three key new hires.

Harbert prides himself on problem solving, a skill honed in software development and implementation. He has served as a director of information technology and an IT network coordinator for pathology companies. He has also managed his own IT support business.

“Harbert brings a wealth of technical and professional management expertise to help propel us forward as we advance our specialized technology and expand our footprint in the marketplace,” says Ken Pittman, TrueLook’s chief marketing officer.

The construction site imaging company has also hired software developer Patrick Brown, and a new sales representative, Scott Dowd. Brown is an accomplished code and database developer, and Dowd is experienced in marketing technology-driven products and software. These three strategic hires are just the most recent additions; the business has quadrupled their workforce over the past few years.

TrueLook’s growth comes on the heels of several technological advancements including drone services, time-lapse upgrades, 24/7 security recording and new indoor and outdoor camera options.

The construction camera company is now saving two million images every week, with more than 300 million permanently saved images stored. That’s up 63 percent from the same time period last year.