Meet Anna Ligon. As SRS’s Solutions Creator, Anna is actively involved in the firm’s marketing, events, and business development efforts. Anna has a knack for communications and helps our clients find the right solution for their document management needs. She has an extensive background in sales and marketing, most recently as the sales and marketing coordinator for Southern Valley Fruits & Vegetables, Inc. A native of Albany, Anna returned to southwest Georgia after working in Atlanta as a business development associate for CaseMetrix. She is an active member of the Rotary Club of Moultrie and serves as a Sunday school teacher at Heritage Church in Moultrie. She has a BBA in management and in marketing from Georgia Southern University.
Questions & Answers
In the information management industry, the tradition for the last 20 years has been to scan it all and store it all. SRS is trying to take a fresh look and get an understanding of what our clients’ specific issues are and customize a unique solution. We are really trying to look at their problems from a different angle, and that makes us stand out in this industry.
My hope is that our clients and partners experience a new level of service in working with us. I want every client to feel cared for and feel satisfied that the solution we designed for them truly meets their needs. I also hope that while helping clients and partners, I can help our team. I want everyone to enjoy working together and with us.
Someone to entertain me. The rest I could figure out later.
My parents. They have always been loving and supportive. As an adult, my appreciation continues to grow as I turn to them both professionally and personally. They have a great deal of wisdom to offer and have become my sounding board. Both my mom and dad have wonderful listening and thinking skills. Whether I need someone to listen, to help me think by asking questions, or to help me see through a different perspective, they are always available. I hope to continue to develop these skills for myself, and, in turn, become a sounding board for others.