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Natalie Droessler Named New Client Services Director for ITS Compliance, Inc.

Experience in Management and Software Leads to New Role for Wisconsin Native

Madison, WI – Growth is a regular occurrence at ITS Compliance, Inc (ITS). That said, it is not without care, measure, and control. A part of that is the recent addition of a new staff member.

ITS recently added Natalie Droessler to their team as the new Director of Client Services.

“I am pleased to announce the addition of Natalie Droessler.  Natalie’s role as Director of Client Services is to help move us forward by organizing our processes, infrastructure, and people so that Client Services runs efficiently and delivers high value solutions to our clients,” said Kim Brunner, VP of Client Services.

In addition to being the direct supervisor of the Client Services department managers, Natalie will be facilitating the creation and implementation of best business practices that promote the long-term vision of ITS Compliance, Inc.
“Natalie’s career, to date, has included 13 years working with software with 10 years in management.  She has experience managing fast growth within a company – which will be immensely helpful as we navigate through and out of some of the challenges we face today,” added Kim Brunner.

Natalie also brings experience and skills in the areas of project management, data analysis, database management, customer relations, and strategic planning.

She was born in Wisconsin and lives on a farm near Black Earth.  She and her family (husband and 2 kids) raise chickens.  She loves Madison and likes to run and participate in triathlons.

ITS is pleased to welcome Natalie to the team.
 

About ITS Compliance
ITS Compliance, Inc. – headquartered in Madison, WI – provides outsourced compliance services to owners and operators of truck fleets. The company’s cloud-based solutions address the fuel tax reporting, safety services, and asset management needs of its customers. For over 30 years, ITS Compliance has helped private fleets, for-hire carriers, and third party logistics companies comply with federal, state, and local regulations to reduce costs and mitigate risks.
 
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