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It's A Plus One Day at Graemouse Technologies!

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Today is a "Plus One" day at Graemouse Technologies! We're happy to announce that Ben Olsen has joined our team as a Senior Network Support Engineer. If you see Ben around your offices, or talk to him on the phone in our Support Center, please help us welcome him to the fold.

Ben, an 18-year IT veteran, has spent his career working with clients of various sizes and shapes throughout the Puget Sound area. He holds his BFA from Hampshire College (Amherst, MA), is a certified Network Security Specialist and is MCSE certified in Office 365 and SharePoint Productivity. Ben brings a wealth of experience and expertise to our group and we are excited to have him onboard.

Away from the office, Ben keeps himself busy with his two boys who he says keep him on his toes with boundless energy and endless inspiration. And, in addition to pretty much rocking the Tech Wiz and Dad thing, Ben is also quite an artist who loves everything from photography and painting to creating interactive theatrical performances.

Please help us welcome Ben to the Graemouse team. We know his skills and experience will be an asset to not just our business but yours as well.

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