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Not many employees today can claim they’ve been dedicated to the same organization for a decade or more, but Ginger Beckman can. Accent Computer Solutions has a strong track record of giving its employees the ability to take on new tasks and that’s why Ginger has stayed with the company for nearly 15 years. She’s constantly learning and there’s always opportunity for advancement. "Ginger is exactly the kind of coworker and friend that you want to have," said her coworker Courtney Casey, director of marketing. "She's always positive and reliable, she can handle anything that comes her way, and no matter what kind of day she's having, she greets you with a bright smile."
The year 2019 will be remembered for many significant events; the huge Amazon Rainforest fire, the burning of Notre Dame Cathedral, the US women’s soccer team won the world cup; tons of people are running for president; and Henry County spent $650K to restore its data from a cyber attack.
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When building a career, growth is the key ingredient for success. That’s why Ian Shaw is glad that he’s at Accent Computer Solutions, where there are plenty of opportunities to grow his skills, and he’s no longer wasting his time in a job that doesn’t take him anywhere.
Anyone who has ever bought a new computer or upgraded to the latest smartphone knows that technology is changing and evolving at a breakneck pace. It can make your head spin just trying to catch up. That’s why Ammon Becar strives to offer Accent’s clients more than just a plan to solve their tech problems. He uses personalized communication to turn every interaction into a relationship-building experience.
A good day at work for Chris Frye is when he’s found a way through a challenge. That’s a good thing, because as Professional Services Manager for Accent, every day has its challenges. Whether he finds the solution on his own or by collaborating with his team, it’s the challenges that keep things fresh and exciting for Chris.
Each day when Shantae’ Hansen arrives at Accent Computer Solutions, she fills her work with a passion and drive that allows her to tackle her goals head-on and not stop until she’s achieved them. For her clients, that means they can depend on her to focus on their needs and follow up until the job is done.
If you ask Cheryl Carlson’s co-workers to describe how she goes about her work, you’re going to hear words like – focused, thorough, accurate, and fast, all wrapped up in a can-do attitude. And if you ask Cheryl why she takes such pride in what she does, and why she is driven to do her best for clients and teammates, you’ll find out that what’s on the outside is totally guided by what’s on the inside.
When Accent Computer Solutions created a position totally dedicated to cyber security, Sean Sharifi was a natural choice to fill the role. Sean had long been attracted to the practice of cyber security and had spent much time and effort developing his knowledge and gaining certifications to validate his expertise. His credentials include the highly regarded CISSP and CompTIA Security +, as well as an MBA with an emphasis in Cyber Security.
Kenny Riedell’s eleven years at Accent Computer Solutions have been anything but boring. Starting right out of IT trade school as an apprentice, Kenny has worked his way through different positions before arriving at the role that he now fills as Senior Technology Architect. The primary goal of his position is to build, train and enforce standardization of client IT systems. Each day Kenny has opportunities to learn something new which means that he never stops expanding his knowledge and skillset.
During her four years at Accent Computer Solutions, Sarah Crofutt has seen many changes, both in her role and in the company as a whole. The job she’s doing today as Resource Coordination Specialist is very different from where she began four years ago as a Dispatcher, and the company has undergone a major shift in its organization. This reorganization was so dramatic that it’s referred to internally as “Evolution”. Sarah has never been as involved in company change as she has at Accent, nor has she ever had an employer that requests and welcomes employee input like Accent does.