MILFORD, Conn., Oct. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Environmental Data Resources Inc. (EDR), the national provider of property-specific environmental information and risk management solutions, today announced the creation of a new role at the company that aims to further cement its commitment to the consulting and engineering community.
Effective immediately, Joseph Burstiner has assumed the position of Managing Director for EDR's Consulting and Engineering division. In this new role, leading the vision and strategy, Burstiner will focus on EDR's ongoing mission to deliver the highest quality content available for environmental professionals and engineers. Burstiner will support clients' growth by working closely with them on product enhancements, features, and workflow solutions that best meet their needs.
Most recently a National Account Manager, Burstiner has been handling EDR's accounts in the environmental sector for 17 years, and has been an active voice for customers by providing feedback to all departments at EDR headquarters. Having deep industry knowledge, Burstiner has spoken on a broad array of industry topics at over 75 of EDR's Due Diligence at Dawn seminars around the country.
Fred VanderPloeg of PSI says: "We've worked with Joe for a decade and he's been a consistently reliable resource for all aspects of our due diligence business. Joe stays ahead of market trends, is generous with his insight and knowledge, and has provided steady, effective account management for our large volume of business. We consider Joe a valuable asset to our business."
Rob Barber, EDR CEO, says "Joe's passion to support our clients' success coupled with his deep industry knowledge makes him the perfect choice for this role. Joe's new role is the latest step in our mission to constantly improve upon our customers' experience. Other recent initiatives including the launch of the Net Promoter Score last spring and the expansion of our Customer Care Team all make this a very exciting time at EDR. "
Environmental Data Resources (EDR) is the industry leader in property-specific environmental information and risk management solutions. For more than 20 years, EDR has been building and updating the world's most comprehensive database of environmental records and land use information from thousands of federal, state, tribal, local and private sources. Called NEDIS™ (the National Environmental Data Information System), this database has more than 3.1 billion records and proprietary data sets—including the treasured historic Sanborn Maps—that are blended into one comprehensive interface. EDR sets the standard for providing the tools, technology, information and professional staff to serve environmental consultants, lenders, corporations, insurers, real estate investors and consumers across the country. Founded in 1990 and based in Milford, Conn., EDR has regional offices located throughout the U.S. The company is wholly owned by DMG Information Inc., the business information division of Daily Mail and General Trust, plc (DMGT). For more information about EDR, please visit www.edrnet.com.
SOURCE Environmental Data Resources Inc.