Mason, Ohio, March 19, 2010 – It’s only been three months since Afidence, Inc., an IT consulting firm, headquartered in Mason opened their doors and they’ve already surpassed their first quarter goals by adding three new clients and two new employees to their firm.
On Thursday, March 19th the firm commemorated their success by hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony at their office in Mason’s historic business district with the Northeast Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce as well as representatives from the NEC Chamber Diplomat Committee. (Pictured: President, Bryan Hogan, celebrates with Afidence employees and NEC Chamber’s Angie Morgan and Tracey Nickell.)
Hogan attributes their early success to having “exceptional people that clients genuinely enjoy working with”. In addition to hiring Jeanne Johnson, they’ve recently hired Chris Fares, an Engineering Consultant who will work with a large financial services client in Dayton. The firm is also currently looking to hire four more IT professionals and encourages interested candidates to visit their website (www.afidence.com) for more information.
Afidence, Inc. is a Microsoft Partner and consulting firm that provide great people, proven best practices, and a dedication to knowledge transfer. Areas of expertise include: Managing IT Services, Improving Business Processes, Reducing Costs and Ensuring Business Continuity.