GRIT Technologies is pleased to announce the hiring of three additional employees to supplement a growing client base.
- Ashley Bilkie, the Director of Marketing, brings seven years of communications and marketing experience to GRIT Technologies. Ashley will be responsible for social media management, advertising campaigns, and brand recognition. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Ashley formerly worked for Campbell-Ewald Advertising in Warren.
- Bobby Clark will serve as a Field Technician for GRIT Technologies, and will be responsible for onsite service and support needs relating to business technology, including: workstations, servers, printers, networks, and vendor specific hardware and software. After completing an internship with GRIT Technologies in 2010, Bobby will now join the team fulltime and looks forward to the opportunities ahead of him.
- Paul Short joins GRIT Technologies as a Level 2 Network Operations Center (NOC) analyst, and brings more than five years of experience in the information technology industry to the team. Paul previously worked for Mi6 Group of Shelby Township. As a NOC analyst, Paul will be responsible for receiving and responding to client requests for technical assistance, performing server maintenance, and scheduling and implementing patch management. Paul will also assist on the special projects' team, working under Arvin Malhotra. "I am excited to be working with such a great group of people," said Paul. "And I am looking forward to working in an environment dedicated to providing superior support and professionalism."
GRIT Technologies, founded in 2008, is dedicated to providing the highest level of IT support to its clients, and prides itself on a strong set of company values, including integrity, reliability, efficiency and teamwork. The employees of GRIT Technologies reflect these characteristics, which Greg Bischer, President and CEO, feel are necessary to excel in the managed services profession.
"We expect all individuals who work for GRIT Technologies to replicate our core values," said Greg.