Little Known Facts: He can perform magic tricks and make balloon animals and just might make a cameo at your kid’s birthday party if you’re willing to pay Preemo’s emergency, double overtime weekend rate.
What were you doing when you were 9 years old? Whatever it was, we’re pretty sure you weren’t building a computer. Fortunately, for us, at 9, Jovary Hill was already hard at work putting together his first PC. That same passion and drive has led him to being a Lead Teach and an Apple Certified Associate. Jovary has over 16 years of experience in computer repair and trouble shooting. He began working at Preemo in spring of 2010 and since then he’s serviced over a 1,000 computers. But he wouldn’t have it any other way, regarding his passion for he shares — “Technology is always growing and always fascinating to see new thing pop up and grow.” On his off time he’s hitting Crossfit, attempting to find waves in South Florida, shooting hoops, and playing flag football
Little Known Facts: Football is his favorite sport and his favorite team is Tampa Bay Buccaneers. “When I started playing in high school they had the best defense in the NFL which inspired me to play corner back.”
AJ Lopez is Preemo’s go to iPhone and iPad specialist and recently earned his Associate’s Degree in Network Administration. But what most people recognize about AJ immediately is his helpful demeanor. He sumes it up best: “I want to help people make their life easier with technology.” Besides his passion for IT, AJ enjoys the out doors and particularly the water.
Little Known Facts: Before working with Preemo he was working as Coach/IT assistant at an elementary school and was known for his dedication in helping his students. Put AJ on a wakeboard and wait for the fun.
Omar brings over a decade of IT experience across a broad spectrum of areas. Our project manager has been part of the Preemo team since April 2012 and has helped to create and streamline our client processes. He loves working in technology because of its novel and evolutionary nature: “It’s constantly changing, and there is always something just released that is new and interesting to find.”
Little known facts: Omar is also our resident movie expert, grew up in sunny Southern California and still remains a loyal LA Dodgers fan. When Omar isn’t spending time with his family, he enjoys hosting poker nights, cooking, watching movies which he’ll later quote, and perusing thisiswhyimbroke.com
Tommy’s first working title came his senior year of high school as he was chosen as Junior Network Administrator of his school. He went on to earn his AA in Computer Information Systems at Miami Dade College before earning Comptia A+, and becoming a Microsoft Certified Professional. Tommy spent three years working for Miami Dade County, then went on gaining IT experience in the corporate world and retail industries. He joined Preemo in 2012 fitting right in given his desire for growth and sense of humor. “Technology keeps me busy and entertained… I love coming across new problems and challenging myself to fix something most people would have probably thrown through a window.”
Little Known Facts: If Tommy wasn’t an IT tech, he might have been working in the music and nightlife industries as a DJ rockin’ the ones and twos. Thankfully for Preemo and our clients, he’s content to spin for friends and family on special occasions.
Andres is the latest addition to the Preemo team. He is beginning his third year as a Computer Science major at FIU.In addition to programming Andres also handles IT and computer repairs. He cracked his first computer open at the ripe, old age of 13 and shortly thereafter he became a computer expert to his friends and family helping build and troubleshoot custom PCs. “The rate at which technology is changing is amazingly fast, there seems to be no limit of what the future holds for technological advances. ”
Little Known Facts: Andres loves a good game, board, video, charades you name it and he’s playing. His jovial, enthusiastic personality also shines through when he’s attempting something new: “best way to learn something is to get into the thick of things.”