Jimmy Huber, President and Founder
Jimmy Huber is the CEO of Infotech. With an Associate in Applied Science, Jimmy started working in internal IT and consultant roles right out of college. In 2006 he started ACPC Repair, which provided consumer support. Following this, he incorporated InfoTech in 2012, and they provide business-to-business support and MSP services.
In high school, Jimmy joined the student IT staff, where he discovered his passion for problem-solving and the simplicity of technology. Jimmy finds helping people through technology very fulfilling and rewarding.
The culture at InfoTech is something he is very proud of because it is all about serving others – internally and externally. Everyone within the company is allowed to fail and is empowered to learn, grow, and support each other. High levels of communication and feedback make InfoTech such a great place to work.
Outside of work, Jimmy, his wife, and his four kids live in rural Carlock. They have chickens, ducks, and honeybees which make up Huber Homestead. Jimmy also manages a rural WISP, SSL Wireless, serving residents of surrounding McLean County with high-speed, fixed wireless internet. You can also catch Jimmy cheering on the Cubs and the Packers!
Hayden Bruns, COO
Hayden Bruns is an East Peoria native. Hayden came to InfoTech as a field engineer and dispatcher before becoming the company's COO. He previously worked in retail and at a golf course. When learning about the job opening, he was intrigued by this new opportunity and wanted to learn more about technology while helping others and learned that those two things go hand-in-hand. Hayden finds going to work every day exciting because his co-workers also genuinely care about helping others and are willing to help each other at any given time. When he’s not at work, Hayden spends his time golfing when the weather allows and spends time with family and friends. Hayden serves at Elevate Church in production and loves anything Iowa Hawkeyes.
Jason McKinley, CFO
Jason McKinley has been working at Infotech since 2016. He has always had a knack for troubleshooting issues with technology of any sort. Before working at Infotech, he was in the food service industry and helped people with their technology as a hobby. Turning his hobby into a career at Infotech was an opportunity he could not pass up. The culture and atmosphere of Infotech make Jason feel like he doesn’t go to work but goes to a place where he can do what he loves with people who are similarly minded and all on the same team. Jason lives in Morton, and his hobbies include serving at church, video games, drumming, and music production/mixing.