Harold M. Gettle first established an electrical services provider in the garage of his home in 1954, and the company quickly grew. It was later purchased by the Robert A. Kinsley family and incorporated as Gettle Incorporated. Under the guidance of the Kinsley family, the company began to offer more than just electrical services. Gettle now provides comprehensive solutions to meet its clients’ electrical, automation, fire/security, datacom and engineering/design needs.
As professional services firms continue to center their business processes around core technology, one problem continues to rear its ugly head – the slow death of the work week from ever increasing manual processes. Minor tasks that often start out as inconsequential more often than not evolve into major time sucks.