As a member of the 2nd generation Fish family, Austin has been an integral part of Complete Payroll for over 10 years. In the early years with Complete Payroll, Austin focused much of his time and energy on strengthening the technological infrastructure of the business. After careful consideration, formalized training as a designated Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and meticulous research, Austin spearheaded the Complete Payroll IT department. This department has given Complete Payroll the ability to offer cutting edge payroll technology and the agility to set the curve in the payroll industry for new age products and functionality. In early 2012, Austin took over the position of Chief Operating Officer. In this role, Austin leads his team to execute on Complete Payroll’s Payroll Country promise as well as consistently creating new ways to make his team and the business more efficient. Not only is Austin a well-respected Executive leader within the Complete Payroll organization, but he is also extremely dedicated to his community. Austin Serves on the Board of Directors for the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce. As a managing Partner and CEO, Austin plays an extremely vital role in the structure, sustainability, and growth of Complete Payroll.
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