News @ the ProComp Group
New faces at PCG!
April 29 2011
The ProComp Group is excited to introduce new IT System Specialists Paul LaVigne and Adam Fricke, who came on board this week. Paul has more than a decade of systems administration experience with several Bay Area firms, and Adam brings extensive systems troubleshooting and repair experience. We look forward to having you meet them during your next support call or visit!
We also bid a sad farewell this month to Grant Low, who accepted a position with a large-enterprise employer. We're sure our clients will miss Grant's cheerful energy the same way we'll miss it in the office. We wish him and his family the best and look forward to keeping in touch.
PCG welcomes new bookkeeper
October 14 2010
Claudia Fransen joined the ProComp Group this week as our new accounts manager, taking the place of Suzanne Kent, who accepted a full-time accounting position with a firm in downtown Portland. Claudia started her accounting career in Fresno, California after finishing her degree; she and her family recently moved to Portland.
We wish Suzanne the best in her new job and welcome Claudia to our office!
Congratulations to Grant on MCTS certification!
June 6 2010
Systems specialist Grant Low has a new feather in his cap and more initials after his name -- MCTS, for "Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist" -- after passing his certification exam last week on Microsoft Small Business Server 2008. Microsoft's certification programs are designed to validate knowledge and proficiency with various applications. They're considered badges of honor in the IT profession and keep our skill sets up-to-date. On a similar subject, we're happy to mark Grant's second anniversary with the ProComp Group and thank him for another year of great client service!
Cue the drum roll: PCG unveils ProACTIVCare, our managed-services program recreated
March 2 2009
If you're going to offer a significant new product line, you want to get it right. Thus, the ProComp Group invested extensive time and resources into spec-ing, reviewing, designing, testing, redesigning and piloting our comprehensive managed-services services programs before calling them complete. Now they're ready, and we think you'll like what they have to offer. "ProACTIVCare," our new program, provides ongoing monitoring, maintenance, and management benefits beyond the traditional fee-for-service model. Several plan options are available; they are all designed to provide maximum return on investment by keeping your systems running in top shape and catching blips before they become problems. We are happy to tell you more about these new family members -- don't hesitate to call!
New hands take over the helm for PCG’s accounting
February 1 2009
Boston native Suzanne Kent has taken over PCG's accounts-management role from John Zoller, who moved on to full-time work in the business world after completing his graduate degree in finance. Suzanne brings multiple years of bookkeeping experience (not to mention an electrical engineering background!) to keeping the accounts up to date here at ProComp. Welcome to Suzanne and best wishes to John!