Scott Detwiler, who previously worked at InTempo's sister company Wynne Systems, has joined InTempo as a Project Manager. Based in Scottsdale, AZ, we sat down with Scott to learn more about him.How did you get your start in rental?SD: I've beeImg Rightn in the industry for 25 years. My first stop in the early 90s was at Power Rents in Portland, OR. I started as AP Clerk and then became Parts Manager. We were eventually acquired by United Rentals, and in 1997, at which point I transitioned to a Corporate Trainer/ Conversion Coordinator role. When United would acquire a company, I'd help with system conversion, implementation, and training. I was also involved in a range of initiatives such as barcoding and time and attendance.What did your previous role involve?SD: In 2004, United owned Wynne, and I was transferred to the implementation team. As a Project Manager, I was involved in getting new, large customers onto RentalMan (editor's note: InTempo's equivalent product is called Enterprise) and also upgrading them to new releases. I also did spec documentation and created training materials. I was really a jack of all trades. Most recently, I was a Customer Success Manager. This meant I was a champion for the customers, both advocating for them internally and helping ensure they were getting the most of the system.Are there areas of InTempo Enterprise you are focused on?SD: I know the software from front to back, from operations to accounting. I have an understanding of all parts of the system, and I am looking forward to sharing my knowledge to help InTempo's new and existing customers.What excites you most about your new role at InTempo?SD: My favorite part of my job has always been building relationships with customers. I made some great friends over the years. I am passionate about getting to know new people and businesses.