Dad Joke Enthusiast. Tournament League Bowler. GIS Coordinator.
Hector started in this industry when he was 17 years old as a vocational placement in high school, doing parcel data mapping by hand using a drafting arm. He has been at BIS for nine years.
Using ArcMap, Hector maintains parcel data for appraisal districts. He also does research to find missing accounts and identify tracts. Hector loves traveling to client sites – especially small towns -to show them how to upload to the BIS system and give them a demonstration on using interactive web maps. He gets excited knowing he can clean up maps and make them look nice. He believes it is his calling to do this type of work.
Fun fact: Daughter & son in law live in South Korea, where he has visited them 3 times.
Dream day: Playing a round of golf with a friend then traveling to a bowling tournament.
Current project: Hector is currently building a home in Georgetown.
First job: Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Surprising fact: Ran a 4:44 mile in high school.
Unabashed Nerd. Bulldog Dad. Development Manager.
Taylor fell in love with computers at an early age. He attended college in New York, where he met his wife who is from South Africa. He came to BIS because it is a close-knit group and he liked the way everyone connected with each other. Taylor started with BIS in January 2021.
His super power at work is quickly understanding a problem; examining it from multiple sides to understand the problem at its core. Taylor likes to experiment and innovate. As Development Manager, Taylor is focused on improving processes. He is working to scale service for new features and better service. His role is moving client requests to the development team quicker, and shaping that for a more scalable future. He is driven by making a difference at work.
Most Memorable Halloween Costume: Tina from Bob’s Burgers (complete with full beard & black wig).
Recently Binge-Watched: Silicon Valley (3 or 4 times).
First Concert: Pearl Jam.
Dream Day: Walking with wife & 2 french bulldogs (50 lb ball of energy Remi & normal-sized Talula).