John Samborski is a recognized expert in the information technology community with a deep history of innovation and thought leadership
in the system integrator space. He is a founding member of the Intel Premier Board of Advisors. He has held additional advisory board seats with
leading technology companies including AMD, Seagate, BenQ, Western Digital, NEC Display, Targus, and Logitech.
Since founding Ace Computers in 1983, he has aggressively pursued the development of custom and cost-effective products and services that utilize industry-leading components. His system integration business strategy has been essential to the company´s rapid growth and expansion. Under his leadership, Ace has remained one of the largest system, storage, and server system builders in the U.S.
He holds a Bachelor´s Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He firmly believes that if Ace Computers develops and delivers the best system configuration for each customer´s need in a cost-effective manner, they will be loyal clients for life. And that´s what Ace Computers will always be about.
Marianne Samborski has been running the day-to-day operations at Ace Computers for more than 25 years. She uses this wealth of business management
experience to continually bring down the cost of computing for clients. Her extensive track record of operational innovation and thought leadership
has solidified the company´s position as one of the leading custom system builders in the U.S. While ensuring that Ace Computers maintains
operational excellence, she has helped clients meet their challenges through the efficient and cost-effective use of technology.
Her impressive leadership has resulted in Ace Computers being named one of the Most Influential Woman Owned Businesses in the United States. She is a current member of the North American Women-Business Owners Organization (NAWBO) and a celebrated speaker on the subject of information technology for entrepreneurial organizations. She holds an MBA degree from Roosevelt University and a Bachelor´s Degree from Northern Illinois University.
Since joining Ace Computers in 2009, Marc Fertik has been a key member of the Federal/Military
account team, and has taken on a leadership role within the Ace Computers Product Engineering & Development Team.
Additionally, he is a strategic member of the company Bid and Proposal Team and supports operations and marketing with contract administration (specifically NETCENTS 2 Products) and corporate
initiatives. He also manages Ace Computers´ GSA Schedule 70 and coordinates company websites.
Before coming to Ace Computers, he held executive positions in sales, strategic operations, and marketing at several top value-added resellers. He has held numerous technical and sales certifications and has been a panel member for his expertise in selling IT in the public sector. A strong advocate of customer service, he focuses on good communication, attention to detail, and representing the client´s point of view. He received his MBA from California Coast University and his Bachelor´s Degree in Computer Science and Informational Studies from Colgate University. He is based in Central New Jersey.
Mike Gasparino has been with Ace Computers since 2011. His responsibilities include administering and managing the company´s Federal, Educational,
State Government, and Local Government contracts across the U.S. He interfaces with sales, business development, operations, corporate programs, customer
service, and finance to develop and communicate process changes and improvements that optimize programs, streamline operations, and enhance client
Prior to joining Ace Computers, he was a Contract Program Manager and Business Operations Manager for Hewlett-Packard. He received a Bachelor´s of Science Degree in Business Administration from Elmhurst College. Because having the respect of clients is important to him, he makes customer satisfaction a priority.
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